Good microblading isn't cheap, and cheap microblading is rarely ever good....
One of the worst decisions you can make is selecting a microblading artist based exclusively on their pricing! Microblading is a semi-permanent procedure and bad results can plague you for 1-2 years. It is imperative that you do ample research before selecting an artist; read their reviews, inspect their work and look at before/after photos.
Countless men and women have experienced bad microblading results, leading many to pursue ways of fading their microblading quickly.
If you are someone who is unhappy with your microblading results, there are several steps you can take to fade it naturally.
Sweat It Out
*This tip only applies to someone who has gotten their eyebrows microbladed less than 1 week ago and their skin has not healed over the pigment yet.
Sweat can act as a dissolving agent to the pigment in the skin. It can also push the pigment into the outermost layers of your skin which will help it fade faster.
Here are a few ways to work up a good sweat:
Sit in a sauna
Spend time outside in the sun
Sweating as much as you can as often as you can the first week after you get your eyebrows microbladed will help the pigment fade much faster.
Exfoliate Them Off
Both professional exfoliating procedures and topical chemical exfoliants can help fade microblading by increasing cellular turnover.
Microdermabrasion and chemical peels are professional treatments that will exfoliate the outmost layers of the skin, which can help fade bad microblading.
Certain skincare products also contain active ingredients that will increase cellular turnover. Retinoids are known for reducing fine lines and wrinkles by increasing your skins production of collagen, but they also work incredibly well as chemical exfoliants.
Applying a retinol based moisturizer to your brows for at least 12 weeks will help to fade bad microblading. I recommend using a gentle retinol based moisturizer, like the RoC Retinol Correxion Deep Wrinkle Anti-Aging Facial Serum.
Don't Get Your Touch-Up
The Perfecting Session is designed to build the color of your brows and improve the pigment's longevity. If you want your microblading to fade quickly, skip the Perfecting Session.
It can be extremely upsetting to feel like you're stuck with bad microblading. It's important to remember that there are several ways to fade the pigment naturally. Even if you don't follow any of the tips I shared above, your microblading should fade considerably over the course of 1-2 years.