Professional Microblading Services

(248) 880-7695

304 Brookside Ln, Brighton, MI 48116

4405 Evans to Locks Rd, Evans, GA 30809

©2019 by Kendra Neal Studio, LLC


Taking Care Of Your New Brows​

  • 1-2 hours after the procedure, gently blot the area with a lightly dampened clean paper towel/washcloth to absorb excess lymph fluid. Gently pat and dry then add barrier cream provided to you. Do this 3-4 times for the full day, then morning, noon and before bed for the next 3 days.

  • Starting on day four, gently rinse the brow area over the sink with warm water each night, pat dry and apply barrier cream for the next 7 days. This is the only time your brows should be exposed to water. (Avoid water hitting them from the showerhead.)

  • No water, cleansers, creams, or makeup in or around the microbladed area for at least 7 days

  • The area of the microbladed brow may feel tender for the first two days. You can take a pain reliever if necessary

  • Avoid sleeping on your face as much as possible for the first week, especially the very first couple nights afterwards

  • Use a clean pillowcase

  • Do not pick, peel, or scratch the microbladed area in order to avoid scarring of the area or removal of the pigment

  • Do not submerge to microbladed area in water for at least 7 days. When taking a shower try and keep water off of your eyebrows as much as possible and keep a dry washcloth outside of the shower to blot the area in case soapy water does stream into them

  • Try and avoid long, steamy showers for the first 10 days

  • Do not swim in lakes or pools for the first 10 days after the procedure

  • Do not allow area to be exposed to sunlight for the first 10 days and after that it is recommended to put SPF 30 on them, so the sun doesn’t fade the pigment prematurely

  • Avoid sweaty workouts for the first 7 days. Any perspiration within the first 7 days of the healing process could result in loss of pigment

  • Do not tint, thread or wax the procedure area for at least 10 days

  • Avoid dusting or any task in which your eyebrow area could be subjected to dust, dander from pets or animal hair

What to Expect

  • Over the next few weeks your eyebrows will go through a series of changes. Days 1-3 they may be tender, and then feel tight by the third day.

  • They will be very dark in the beginning and at their darkest during days 1-4. Do not panic during this time, the tiny micro strokes are forming tiny scabs with pigment added so they appear darker than how they will appear healed.

  • Through day 4-7 the area will look like dandruff flakes or dry skin. This is part of the healing process and is important that you do not pick, peel or touch. Once the skin is through this stage, the microbladed strokes may appear a lot lighter than you were expecting, this is normal.

  • Over the next few weeks the color will darken to the desired shade. Then it will be time for a touch up session to fill in any gaps or darken any areas that lightened too much during the healing process.

Long Term Care

  • To maintain the color and pigment of your new brows, you should always apply SPF to the area when exposed to the sun and avoid using exfoliates on the brow area. Examples include Retin-A, Glycolic/Alpha-Hydroxy Acids, chemical peels, exfoliating scrubs, etc.

  • If you experience an allergic reaction or develop symptoms of an infection, you should contact your doctor right away.

  • If you follow these instructions carefully you should expect to see beautiful, polished results that you will love for the next 1-3 years!