After eyebrow microblading, scabs usually occur, which is a normal operation phenomenon and it takes time to recover. In order to shorten the recovery time, are there any skills that can help artists reduce the scabs of microblading? 

For eyebrow operation, it is recommended that the tattoo artists only operate above the epidermal layer, not the dermis. The operation time is better controlled in 40~60 minutes for one pair of eyebrows. After the operation, rub it back and forth with repair agent for 1 minute, and then cover it with fresh-keeping film for sealing for 3 to 5 minutes. At this time, the skin will turn white and there is little tissue fluid, and then wipe off the repair agent.

The most important point is: wipe the eyebrows with saline every 30 minutes in the first 3 hours after eyebrow operation, and then apply a thin repair agent 6 times in 3 hours. Wipe it off after 1 minute, because tissue fluid will come out of the eyebrows every 20-30 minutes. If the tissue fluid is not wiped off, it will solidify. After solidification, the repair agent will stick to the dust in the air, and the scab will become thick.

The eyebrows are normally repaired in 3 hours.  Clients can wash their face after 3 hours normally. When washing their face, they will wash away the thin scab skin, so as to get zero scab! After 24 hours of complete repair, the wound begins to heal, and a thin scab will appear on the third day.

The damage capacity of one eyebrow is 30 minutes and that of two eyebrows is one hour. Therefore, the operation of eyebrows shall be controlled within one hour as far as possible. The useful tools can help you get twice the result with half the effort and finish microblading better in limited time:




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