Habitual Microblading FAQs
Our Microblading FAQ is designed to provide you with all the essential information you need to know about this popular and transformative cosmetic procedure. Whether you're wondering about the healing process, aftercare, costs, or any other aspect of microblading, our FAQ has the answers.
After microblading, you can expect some initial redness and slight swelling in the treated area. The eyebrows may appear darker than desired, but this will fade during the healing process. Scabbing and flaking are also common as the skin heals.
Microblading typically lasts anywhere from 1 to 3 years, depending on individual factors like skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare. Touch-up sessions are recommended to maintain the desired look.
Most clients report mild discomfort or a slight scratching sensation during the procedure. Topical numbing creams are applied beforehand to minimize any pain or discomfort.
No, microblading is not permanent. It is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure, which means the pigment will gradually fade over time. Touch-up sessions are necessary to maintain the desired look.
The microblading procedure itself typically takes around 2-3 hours, including numbing time and consultation.
At Habitual Lash, we offer a range of eyebrow-enhancing services, including Lamination and Brow Tinting:
Brow Tint: $30
Brow Lamination & Tint: $130
Microblading healing typically takes about 2 weeks. During this time, the initial scabbing and flaking will occur, and the color will settle into the desired shade.
You should avoid getting your eyebrows wet for at least 10 days after microblading to allow them to heal properly. Follow the aftercare instructions provided by your technician.
To care for microbladed eyebrows, keep them clean and dry during the healing process, avoid sun exposure, and follow any specific aftercare instructions provided by your technician.
It is generally not recommended to undergo microblading while pregnant or breastfeeding due to potential risks and hormonal changes affecting the pigment retention.
Yes, microblading can be removed through laser tattoo removal procedures or by allowing it to naturally fade over time.
When performed by a trained and skilled technician, microblading should not cause scarring. However, improper aftercare or infection can lead to complications, so it's essential to follow post-treatment instructions carefully.