How Long Does Microblading Last?
Microblading can last anywhere from one to three years, depending on your skin type, lifestyle, sun exposure, and the products that you use. However, touch-ups are commonly needed about once a year, especially for those with oily skin, as the ink tends to fade and blur faster.
For the next 10 days after the procedure, you need to keep the brows as dry as possible. No water is allowed around the brow area, as this can result in the ink being washed out of the skin.
We also suggest avoiding any hot holidays, which will cause you to over-sweat and push the ink out of the skin, as well as activities such as the gym or saunas.
The most important product you can use after a microblading treatment is sunscreen. Like with other tattoos, sunscreens helps extend the longevity of your brows and prevent against fading from the sun.
This is what you can add at the quality guarantee for the product: Microblading pigment SUPE formula by PhiBrows is the fifth generation of colors developed by PhiAcademy. This means that the original synthetic microblading formula has been improved 4 times in the last two years. This is the first pigment at the market for which the manufacturer guarantees that it will not change its shade with time in comparison to the shade after healing. SUPE formula has been developed according to the high European standards when it comes to the pigment purity and stability. Besides, the formula does not contain alcohol, does not penetrate through the walls of surrounding cells, or does it spread under the skin. Due to this quality, the strokes remain thin and clear throughout long period of time. In this formula the equal stability of all pigments has been achieved which prevents the brows from eventually turning red, purple, gray... Phibrows pigments have never been and will never be tested on animals. As in our previous formulas, all pigments are still: - #hypoallergenic, - in accordance with RESAp 2008 resolution, - vegan friendly - not tested on animals
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