What to expect

Day 1. You come out with legitimate hair strokes that look textured, dense, a bit red, slightly swollen and feel tender.

Day 2. Your brows can be reddish, still quite tender, and maybe even a little bit thicker in texture than the day before.

Day 3-4. The tenderness will start to subside, and the brows will get slightly dark or thicker.

Day 5-7. This is when the scabbing will start, and begin to peel away from the skin. Don’t scratch pick or peel the scabs, it could affect your healing. If you pick it, you could lose pigment that was deposited into the skin. By gently rinsing the scabs will slowly start to fall off - when they’re ready.

Day 7-10. Your scabs will probably be flaked off or flaking off by this point. The color during these days may seem way too light or missing spots. You might feel like your skin didn’t take the pigment, but that’s not the case.

Day 14-21. Healing is almost complete! The color and definition of the hair-strokes will return at this point. The color is beginning to even out and look more natural and brow-like. It’s truly amazing.

Day 30. Your healing process is complete! Your skin is healed and all color is looking great. They should look soft and natural. This is the point where you are ready for your follow-up appointment to perfect your brows!