How to Help Your Permanent Eyebrows Last Longer

Permanent Eyebrows

When you invest in beautiful permanent eyebrows, you want to keep them looking their best for as long as possible. The good news is most treatments last from one year up to three before you require a touch up appointment. However, you ought to keep in mind that lots of factors come into play to determine how long they will last.

This includes things like the type of ink used, the intensity of your pigment, and the type of procedure you’ve chosen, to mention a few. Most of this is out of control, but one thing which is most definitely within your sphere of influence is the aftercare you’re committed to providing. Below are a few tips to help your permanent makeup brows last longer.

Immediately After Your Treatment

Immediately after your eyebrow permanent tattoo procedure, you may experience tingling, tenderness, swelling, redness, flaking, and itchiness. This happens since your skin is already beginning the healing process. In most cases, these symptoms can last up to y72 hours and are easily relived with over the counter pain relief.

During the first few days after your treatment, be sure to resist the temptation to itch your eyebrows. Furthermore, avoid applying any sort of cream or ointment aside from any your practitioner has given you.

Don’t Wash Your Face

Even though it might sound a bit gross, but getting water on the treated area can lead to problems with your permanent tattoo. Rather than splashing water all over your face, make it the norm to use a cleanser to clean everywhere but the eyebrow permanent tattoo itself.  In the event you do get your eyebrow tattoo wet, pat it dry gently with a clean tissue. That way, you won’t worry about causing damage to your tattoo.

The Bottom Line

Taking care of your permanent eyebrows at this early stage can mean the difference between a beautiful, long lasting cosmetic tattoo or a disappointing result. Keep in mind your color will inevitably be darker now than the end result. For this reason, you should never assume that the color is wrong. Instead, give it time and it will soften to the perfect shade you wanted.

Hopefully, the above tips can help your permanent eyebrows last longer without going through a lot. Feel free to enlist help from your practitioner when having any doubts in your mind.

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