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Why does Microblading fade away?

Microblading typically fades over time because it is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing procedure. The pigments used in microblading are not as deep as traditional tattoos and will naturally break down and fade over time. Other factors that can contribute to fading include:

  1. Sun exposure: UV light from the sun can cause the pigments to fade more quickly.

  2. Skincare products: Certain skincare products, such as retinoids and glycolic acids, can cause the pigments to fade.

  3. Natural skin exfoliation: As the skin naturally exfoliates, the pigments will gradually fade.

  4. Touch-ups: Regular touch-up appointments are typically needed to maintain the desired shape and color of the brows.

It's important to keep in mind that individual results may vary and it's always best to consult with a professional for specific recommendations for your skin type and aftercare regimen.


Renuka Krishna

what is microblading? Microblading is a cosmetic tattooing technique where a small handheld tool is used to manually draw on individual strokes that resemble eyebrow hairs to enhance or reshape the brows. It is a semi-permanent method of enhancing one's eyebrows that typically lasts for 12-18 months.

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