Microblading has become a popular cosmetic procedure for those looking to enhance their eyebrows.
However, one question that many people have is how long does it take for microblading to fade? In this article, we will explore the process of microblading and what happens as the pigment begins to fade.
We will also discuss why microblading may not fade as quickly as it should, and ways to speed up the fading process.
So, if you are considering microblading, keep reading to learn more about what to expect.
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- How Long Does It Take For Microblading To Fade?
- What Does Microblading Look Like When It’s Fading?
- Why Is My Microblading Not Fading?
- Do Microbladed Brows Fade And Then Come Back?
- How Can You Speed Up The Fade Of Microblading?
- Does Microblading Fade In The First Week?
- Does Sweating Fade Microblading Faster?
- How Much Does Microblading Fade After Healed?
How Long Does It Take For Microblading To Fade?
Before you get an eyebrow tattoo, you may be wondering does microblading fade completely?
Microblading is a semi permanent tattoo. The purpose of this semi permanent procedure is that it will completely disappear within 2 to 3 years.
The body will naturally break down the ink pigments of the brow tattoo.
The eyebrow tattoos may fade faster due to various reasons. However, it all comes down to your skin care routine, skin type – oily skin for example – and several other factors.
What Does Microblading Look Like When It’s Fading?
When the microblading pigments begin to fade, you will begin to see the natural hair underneath from your eyebrows.
Even though your old brows will be more noticeable, the tattoo pigments will start fading. This is normal.
Once the pigments of the tattoo brows have faded, you will be left with a salmon pink or orange color. You may want to look at the removal of this, however makeup can cover it.
Why Is My Microblading Not Fading?
If you have noticed that your microbladed brows have not faded at the pace they are supposed to, then there is a good chance that the artist injected pigments deep into your dermis during the microblading process – when they were microblading strokes into your skin.
Another theory is that the pigments found their way into a layer of microscars which happened during the healing process.
Lastly, there may be an ingredient within the pigment that is causing the microblading to stick to your skin rather than fade completely.
Do Microbladed Brows Fade And Then Come Back?
Eyebrow trends come and go, but semi permanent tattoos do not. However, you may find that the not permanent tattoo might look like it is fading and reappearing once the initial scabs fall off, and the tattooed eyebrows appear.
This is because microblading causes the skin to scab. The eyebrows may disappear for a short while as the healing process takes place.
How Can You Speed Up The Fade Of Microblading?
Yes, there are ways you can help microblading fade quicker. While they will not fade completely, you can make sure the pigment fades.
Sweating will make the pigment fade. This natural body reaction can help to remove microblading.
Your skincare routine can remove eyebrows too. Retinol and acids can help to increase your skin’s cellular turnover.
You may also want to avoid any further treatment and touch ups.
Does Microblading Fade In The First Week?
Yes, within the first week or two, the microblading will appear as if it is fading.
This is due to the scabs falling off, and the natural color of the brow pigment becoming apparent.
You will want to avoid wetting this area of the skin straight after the microblading treatment.
Does Sweating Fade Microblading Faster?
Yes, sweating can cause the microblading pigment to clump, meaning it fades faster.
However, the texture may not be smooth, and the pigment will be light enough for your hair to be seen.
How Much Does Microblading Fade After Healed?
After the initial microblading treatment the pigment will look dark, with an outline of pink on the skin.
As it heals, the semi permanent pigment will decrease in color by 40%.
The pigment used in microblading will naturally fade over time, but the rate at which it fades can be influenced by various factors such as skin type and aftercare.
While there are ways to speed up the fading process, it is important to remember that microblading is a semi-permanent procedure and the pigment will not fade completely.
If you are considering microblading, it is essential to do your research and choose a reputable artist who can guide you through the process and help you achieve the desired results.
Kaija has been in the beauty industry for over ten years, with certification in Microblading. She has also been certified to do permanent makeup and brow lamination for five years.
She recently ventured out and got certified in lash extensions, lifts, and tints. Kaija strives to make her clients feel beautiful and enjoys sharing her beauty tips and tricks with those wanting to learn the ins and outs of the ever-changing beauty industry.