What is microblading and its harm


Microblading is a form of permanent makeup for eyebrows that was founded in the nineties in Asia, since microblading is only one technique, it often looks more natural when combined with other effects such as soft shading.

Microblading is basically a set of embedded needles that are dipped into a dye by the artist’s hand and glide through the skin creating a line that looks like hair, but has a range of damages.

Is microblading a wound?

Yes, microblading is a surface cut on the skin that is usually done in the direction of the hair, since it is wound on the surface of the skin, the dye does not last as long as other techniques and multiple sessions are needed.

Careful attention to the client is critical to achieving a successful result of this technique, in general, microblading strokes will fade in oily skin types, so other techniques are recommended for best results.

How many visits microblading

Most permanent cosmetic procedures including microblading procedures usually take 1-3 dates to consider the procedure complete, the first appointment is the main appointment, the follow-up appointment is set about 6 weeks after the first session, this allows enough time to shrink the pigment in the skin naturally, the color stabilizes and the skin heals, during the follow-up appointment, the artist evaluates the shape of the permanent makeup

How long does microblading last

Microblading lasts anywhere from 6 months to one year Machine hair strokes last longer, the main problem with any hair combing technique in general is how quickly they fade and they will disappear over time, usually clients are not allowed to return for at least a year after their procedure, this will protect the skin from early scars.[1]

Damage to microblading


The most common and dangerous danger with Permanent Cosmetics is the transmission of infectious diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, skin infections caused by bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus and others.

So you should be sure to see the beautician open the sterile equipment before your procedure begins.


Removal is not a big problem with microblading, since it is supposed to be semi-permanent and in the best case, lasts up to 3 years , however, permanent makeup generally lasts more than 3 years in most people, however the procedure may be cheap because they use ordinary tattoo ink and not organic pigments made specifically for permanent makeup, which are easier to remove or

Allergic reactions

Anyone can have an allergic reaction to almost anything, but reactions to organic dyes are rare, you can ask your technician what kind of dyes they use and how they ensure that their customers are not allergic.


The easiest way to make sure you don’t regret micro blade treatment or permanent makeup is the process of a thorough examination of the technician who would be your procedure, we can not emphasize enough how important not to rush the process and be very careful when choosing a place.


Skin infections due to irritation or sensitivity to pigment are a possible complication of Microchip.


It is normal to feel some pain and discomfort during the procedure, and you may feel a slight tingling remaining afterwards , it is not normal to feel severe pain in the affected area once finished, and you should pay close attention to the microblading area to see if it is swollen or elevated, any sign of yellow discharge or excessive redness can

Bulging area 

If the area swelled, crusts continued after two weeks, or began to leak pus, you should go to the doctor immediately, infection in the eyebrow area is of particular concern if it gets into the bloodstream, because the area is very close to the eyes and brain, you will need quick treatment with antibiotics if you get an infection from microblading.

High cost 

Microblading requires large amounts , and in popular places the cost of one session can be about دولار 800.


Microblading injects a foreign substance into the skin, your body may try to protect you by making an inflammatory node around the area, it may not occur immediately granulomas sometimes occur months or years after the procedure, you will need to take steroids or antibiotics to improve.

Microblading care method 

About two hours after the microblading, you should pass a wet cotton swab dipped in sterile water over the area, this will eliminate any excess pigment on the eyebrows, and will also keep the area sterile. 

It will take 7-14 days for the skin to begin to appear healed and the pigment fades to its usual color , and follow these steps to properly care for the skin after microblading:

Avoid moisten the area for up to 10 days, including keeping your face dry during a shower.

Don’t put on makeup for at least a week. This is because the pigments still settle in the superficial wounds in your skin caused by the Blades.

Do not try to approach the eyebrow area.

Avoid saunas, swimming and excessive sweating until the area is completely healed and you have a follow-up appointment.

Keep your hair off the eyebrow line.

Apply any medical cream or therapeutic balm offered by the beauty center as directed.[2]

Tips when performing microblading

Women who are pregnant or have undergone an organ transplant should avoid using microblading technology altogether, you should also be careful if you have a liver disease or a viral condition such as hepatitis.

The most important thing you can do to prevent microblogging infection is to look for a reliable place.

The tool used to perform microblading should always be a disposable and disposable tool, if you don’t see your microblading technician opening a new one when your appointment is due, feel free to stand up and leave.[3]

There are several opinions in the microblading rule so care must be taken before undergoing this process.

It is important to follow the instructions that the technician gives you, if they want to use a moisturizing cream, use a cotton swab to apply.

Keep your face clean, but don’t touch your eyebrows too much or didn’t wet them.