Intensified colour and slight swelling/redness are normal and a part of the initial stages of healing. Be Patient. Please do not freak out. In a few days, the micro-strokes we did will start to oxidize and form scabs, and they might look a bit dark and thick.
As the skin heals, your brows will begin to flake lightly and the strokes that we did will come off in random pieces throughout the brow. You might look slightly patchy throughout the week but remember that it is normal and temporary. Please refrain from picking at your brows as you run the risk of removing pigment in the process.
When the scabs fall off, do not feel discouraged if the strokes are not immediately visible and/or appear to have healed patchy. This is completely normal. Over the next few weeks as your skin naturally exfoliates, your brows will gain strength in colour, settling between weeks 6 and 8. The healed result will be approximately 30% – 50% lighter than the first day.
Keep the area clean and dry and let it breathe. The day of the treatment gently blot area with a clean tissue the rest of the day until oozing has stopped – removing this fluid prevents hardening of the lymph. Once all of the scabs have fallen off your brows (Approx. 14 days) you are considered healed and can then resume your normal daily regime.