Most technicians recommend getting a “touch-up” of Microbladed eyebrows at least once a year. This touch-up will involve adding pigment to the outline of the brows that exist already.
After the skin is fully healed, protect the Microblading investment by taking good care of all facial skin. Applying a sunscreen to the Microbladed area may help prevent fading. Like similar cosmetic treatments — such as eyebrow tattooing — Microblading is permanent, but will fade in time.
Fading may occur at a faster rate than brow tattooing due to the smaller amount of pigment used. Two years after an initial procedure, most likely clients have to repeat the procedure in its entirety.