After the healing period is finished, you will need a touch up. It is usually required 4-6 weeks after the initial procedure. You shouldn’t ask for it before the 4-week-period ends because the pigment color has not been settled yet. Give your brows time to heal properly.
You might notice that your brows have faded, sometimes leaving some gaps. If so, you will need another treatment in order to get the best results. Don’t think of a microblading touch up as something optional. Think of it as a second part of the complete microblading treatment, something obligatory. Without it, the first procedure might be a waste of money.
The first touch up lasts shorter than the initial procedure, because its purpose is to correct irregularities that appeared in the meantime. A touch up is a repetition of the initial procedure but only on the areas that need to be filled in. It is vital to have the first microblading touch up because only the combination of the procedure itself and the touch up will provide a satisfying outcome.