Semi-permanent eyebrows are among the most popular beauty treatments, allowing customers to accentuate their natural beauty by defining and shaping their brows to attractively frame their faces.
Due to the treatment’s excellent reputation, long-lasting results, and few side effects, semi-permanent makeup continues to gain popularity.
The healing process varies from person to person and is influenced by a variety of circumstances.
Although your selected semi-permanent makeup artist’s competence is required for the treatment, and top-up appointments, it is the client’s obligation to guarantee proper aftercare. In order to achieve the best outcomes, you must take care of the treatment area.
Breakdown of the Eyebrow Healing Process
Days 1–2 of the Healing Process
Your brows will seem bold and thick the first day after you get them done. In general, the brows are 50% darker at this stage of the healing process, as well as 10 to 15% larger than they will be when fully recovered.
You’ll probably also have to deal with: Swelling, redness, and pain
These side effects usually go away after a day or two, but they can remain a little longer in certain cases.
Days 3 to 5 of the Healing Process
The soreness or tenderness should begin to fade by the third day. Also, the redness should be gone. Your brows remain dark and heavy, but this will soon change.
The scab begins to form around day 4, and your brows will be flaky and scratchy by day 5.
This is an indication that your skin is starting to heal, so don’t be concerned.
Days 6 to 8 of the Healing Process
At this point, your brows will have fully scabbed and will begin flaking or peeling. Your brows will almost certainly feel irritated as well.
Your scabs are peeling off by day 7. Avoid scratching or plucking your skin because this will cause it to reopen and interrupt the healing process.
The dark color will lighten and fade as your brows continue to crumble through day 8. If you notice that all of your colors have gone, don’t panic.
Days 9 to 12 of the Healing Process
The flaking and peeling will be finished by the end of this week, which will be the start of the second week. You’ll notice the color change as it flakes, but don’t be frightened.
Even though they are fading, the eyebrows have an even tint and a more natural appearance by day 12. for 1st week keep applying gel which is given to them twice. Also after 4 weeks, they need retouch if the Eyebrows are done for the first time in life.
Days 13 to 21 of the Healing Process
Now that we’ve reached week three, the color of your brows should be even more natural. On day 14, your brows can be washed with water. You can now resume your regular skin-care routine.
Your brows will appear even throughout the entire brow by the end of the third week, and the color may start returning depending on the individual.
Days 22 to 30 of the Healing Process
Your brow healing process is about to be complete now that you’ve been doing it for a month. Your brows are probably 75 percent to 85 percent back in color. In the next weeks, you’ll notice a little more color.
You may now go out and flaunt your new brows!!
Remember that you may require a touch-up after your brows have healed. Sometimes the color doesn’t take in some spots, or you scratched a chunk off accidentally during the healing procedure. In either case, touch-ups are required. They make the brows seem amazing!