Tuesday 15 October 06:22 AM
I did a post a while ago on Micro blading eyebrows , which is a procedure I had done by my brow wizard Tracie Logan @finishingtouchmelbourne , that gives you the appearance of hair like strokes, that build a texture and shape like an eyebrow. It is also known as ‘ Feather touch ‘ or ‘ Hair strokes’. It’s been a little over 12 months since I had mine done, so it was time for a touch up because I noticed my eyebrows were starting to lose their crispness. There are a lot of factors that contribute to fading, including sun exposure and your skincare routine," says Tracie. She advises that fading occurs at a quicker rate than brow tattooing, and It also depends on how your skin holds pigment, so having a ‘ Touch Up ‘ is recommended between around 10 - 18 months. -Oily skin can make your brows fade quicker. -Avoid any active ingredients on the brows like Retinol or vitamin A as these will fade the colour much quicker. -After your skin has healed applying sun screen helps prevent fading .
Micro blading may not be for everyone, so it is important you have an experienced technician to guide you with any decisions. I am so blessed to have found Tracie.
If, like me before microblading, you spend more than ten minutes a day attempting to tint, shape, and otherwise groom your brows, it's totally worth it. Microblading has definitely been a win win for me. #thisis60 #eyebrows