How Microblanding Happened for Me?
I always wanted to do microblanding even though I had full eyebrows. They were not perfect enough for me. They were also not sister, first cousins, maybe 3rd cousins.
As you guys know I’m a college student so I always ask for prices how much they would cost me etc… I didn’t have the money for such an investment, so I thought I’ll wait. Next thing you know a new business pops up on my Instagram Brows and Beauty Bar.
I followed them and entered their giveaway.
On February second they did a draw and I won!!! (Ps I won on my birthday 21!!) I wrote them scheduling an appointment.
Booking the Appointment
I was advised to not drink coffee or any medication the day before and the day off the appointment. It is also advised to not wear makeup.
The reason why you’re not supposed to is because it thins your blood and you’ll bleed easily.
(I drank coffee the day before!!!! I am sorry okay I FORGOT I’M HUMAN FORGIVE ME OK)
Their studio was neat, and had everything a client would need.
Their studio is very stylish. I loved every detail they put into their studio because it showed their personality.
I laid on the chair got comfortable and Silvana took out a new blade and showed me the colors of the pigment. She gave me her advice on which one I should pick due to my hair color. I think I chose medium brown. By the way I’m blonde at the moment.
Listen ya’ll if I can handle the needle ya’ll can too. It was a bit painful but bearable. I was kept busy talking and laughing probably the whole entire time.
After the Appointment
- Keep them dry for 10 days!
- Keep your face directly out of the shower stream & do your best to carefully wash hair and keep face as dry as possible. Keep clean, dry paper towels on hand to pat dry if they accidentally get moist. Also keep showers brief, as too much steam can harm brows as well.
- After 10 days please begin to wash your face normally, including your brows! with a gentle face wash, such as Cetaphil.
I was headed straight to class. I was sore but nothing crazy. I am doing my best to keep them dry and not touch them. Sometimes they itch but it’s because they’re scabbing up oh and they also look darker. It’s all part of the process so do not freak out.
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Then Retouch!!! I will keep you guys updated on how that goes! Like Share and Subscribe for more Blogs!