Is the lost of color after Microblading is normal?Last Updated: October 20, 2019
The healing process will inevitably involve loss of pigment because your body is trying to heal and there is something foreign in the mix. The best case scenario is that 85% of the pigment is retained after the healing process which will last about six weeks after the procedure. There is no need to be alarmed if there is some lightening to the brow color as this is normal. Immediately after the procedure, your new brows will be very dark, so any lighter shade over time causes concern. As the new skin heals over the incisions, the pigment will fade, and rows can start to look patchy. It is important to remember that the process takes time and involves a touch up session to maintain the ideal look. Early in the healing phase it can look like a lot of pigment is lost, but towards the end (so long as after-care treatment is correctly followed) the true results will show.