The healing process varies from person to person. Some heal quickly while some heal slowly. Trust the process.
Please book your touch up appointment session accordingly. After your touch up session your healing process is the same. Plan accordingly. Your concluding results will show after your touch up session!
Immediately after the procedure your eyebrows are 50% darker and 10% bolder in width than they will be when they are completely healed. The treated area will appear a little red, a little swollen and tender which will cause the pigment to appear darker. This is absolutely normal and will subside. The exfoliation will begin in a few days which will eliminate excess pigment around the eyebrow to slowly flake away and a more fixed appearance of your eyebrows. New skin regenerated will heal over the pigmented area and will result in a supple appearance. This is all part of the process.
Circumstances remain the same. Don’t fret and trust the process.
Eyebrows begins to itch and appear thicker in structure. This is normal as your body is trying to push pigment out and it oxides. Exfoliation begins.
The surface begins to scale off starting from the exterior. Do not tempt to pick, peel, or scratch the treated area to abstain from scarring or removal of the pigment.
Day 5 & 6
The scabs finish shedding and will have a softer looking appearance. Continuously the pigment clarifies and come back from under the skin.
The pigment has brightened up from initially looking dark in the initial healing days. It will appear much lighter than what your final color will be because the tissue is still healing from the inside. Hence your perfecting session 4-8 weeks after your initial appointment.
The final color begins to maintain and presents itself.
Day 11- 30
Day 11-30 The pigment can fade in and out after 2 weeks until its healed as the skin is regenerating itself. Then the color now emerges and fully settles in. Please be patient with the final results till the touch up session.
Before You Book
We’ve developed reading materials for you to learn from in regards to eligibility, what to do before and after your appointment, and more.