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What to Expect During the Eyebrow Embroidery Healing Process

eyebrow embroidery aftercare and healing process

Are you tired of spending hours every morning tirelessly trying to get perfect eyebrows, only to be disappointed with the end result?

Look no further than 3Beauties, the experts in eyebrow embroidery.

With our skilled technicians and state-of-the-art semi-permanent makeup techniques, 3Beauties can give you the beautiful, natural-looking eyebrows you’ve always wanted without brow makeup!

But what happens after the eyebrow embroidery process? How do you ensure that your newly embroidered brows look their best as they heal?

Don’t worry; that’s where this guide comes in!

We’ll walk you through each stage of the eyebrow embroidery aftercare and the healing process, giving you the tips and tricks you need to keep your eyebrows looking natural and flawless.

The Brow Embroidery Healing Process

The first 24 hours

newly embroidered brows healing process

Immediately after your first eyebrow embroidery session, you may notice that the brow area is slightly red, especially if you have sensitive skin.

But don’t worry, this is completely natural!

Furthermore, until your eyebrow embroidery is completely healed, do not touch the treated area with your hands (and skip the eyebrow pencil and concealer!) to reduce the risk of infection.

The first week

the first week

During the first 7 days after your procedure, you may notice some scabbing and flaking as your skin begins to heal. This is a natural part of the process, so there’s no need to be alarmed!

For the best eyebrow embroidery results, make sure to avoid picking at any scabs, which can damage the skin and affect the final result.

And don’t forget to keep the treated area moisturized with a gentle, fragrance-free aftercare cream to prevent itching.

The second week

eyebrow drawn with hair like strokes

As you move into the second week of healing, the scabs will start to fall off, revealing the beautiful colour pigment of your new eyebrows.

You may be surprised to see that the colour is much lighter than it was immediately after the procedure, but don’t fret – the colour will darken again over the next few weeks.

During this time, it’s crucial to protect your eyebrow tattoo from the sun!

Sun exposure can cause the pigment to fade or become discoloured, so make sure to use a high-SPF sunscreen whenever you’re outside.

4 weeks later

skin heals after eyebrow embroidery session

After 4 weeks, your eyebrow embroidery should be fully healed, and the colour will have settled into its final shade, revealing beautiful, natural-looking brows.

At this point, you may notice that the pigment has become a little lighter or patchy in some areas, but this can be easily corrected with touch-up treatments. And the best part?

3Beauties offers a free touch-up within 3 months to keep your eyebrows looking their best!

How often should I have a touch-up session?

The frequency of touch-up treatments will vary based on a number of factors, including skin type, sun exposure, and lifestyle.

On average, most people will need a touch-up treatment once a year to keep their eyebrows looking their best. But at 3Beauties, the technicians will work with you to develop a customized touch-up schedule based on your specific needs and preferences.

Eyebrow Embroidery Aftercare Recommendations

What should you not do after eyebrow embroidery?

eyebrow embroidery aftercare instructions

After eyebrow embroidery, it’s important to avoid the following:

  1. Touching or scratching the eyebrows, as this can cause infections or interfere with the healing process.

  2. Exposing the eyebrows to water, sweat, or excessive heat as this can cause the pigment to fade or become blurry.

  3. Using skincare products, such as exfoliants or creams, directly on the eyebrows without first consulting with your aesthetician or dermatologist.

  4. Going out in the sun without protection as ultraviolet (UV) light can cause the pigment to fade or change colour.

  5. Applying makeup for at least 7-10 days after the procedure or until fully healed.

By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your eyebrow embroidery heals properly and looks great for longer.

Can I wash my face after eyebrow embroidery?

After embroidery, you should avoid getting the eyebrows wet for at least 3-7 days or until the area is fully healed. Avoid wetting your brows or standing directly under the shower head at this stage of the healing process.

Instead, you can gently clean around the treated area with a damp cloth, keeping the brows dry.

Once the area is fully healed, you can resume your normal skincare routine, but you should avoid using any exfoliants or products that contain alcohol, as these can irritate the skin and cause the pigment to fade.

If you have any questions or concerns, it’s best to consult with your brow artist for specific aftercare instructions.

So what are you waiting for? Get your perfect brows with 3Beauties today!

eyebrow embroidery healing process

Now that you know all about what to expect after the eyebrow embroidery process and the aftercare process, you’re all set to go.

Our eyebrow embroidery specialists are PhiAcademy certified and equipped with years of experience, ensuring that you only get high-quality results when you choose us.

Furthermore, we follow strict safety protocols to ensure the best possible experience for our clients.

Frame your face with flawless brows – book your embroidery appointment now at 3Beauties now and never look back!

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