by Tina Davies April 18, 2018

Brianna Microblading Healing Day By Day

 is changing people’s lives - creating convenience, building confidence, and letting people sleep in longer in the morning - seriously. Having the opportunity to have a microblading procedure took 20 minutes off of my makeup routine every morning. 

But with social media showcasing people’s airbrushed lives, artists and clients tend to showcase perfect, immediately after work, often leaving out the raw experience and the ups and downs that go along with the healing of permanent makeup.

Showing the results just immediately after a procedure is not the same as showing the entire process, and can leave client’s who get the procedure with A TON of questions about their healing process. The procedure itself is only about 10% of the true microblading experience, and the next 30-60 days after are the real deal. 

So for anyone considering a procedure, and for artists who want to show their clients what they can expect during healing, below is the real experience of the healing process for the first month - the good, the bad, and the scabbing.

For a detailed look at my pre and post aftercare instructions as per Tina’s recommendation see our blog post on Prep & Aftercare  and PMU Aftercare 101.

I used the Tina Davies Aftercare Healing Gel  throughout my healing process for days 1-7, you can read more about this on our blog here.


Here are my natural eyebrows - pre-microblading:


Brianna Before Microblading Procedure Eyebrows




Day 1, you're excited! You get to go into your artist’s studio with patchy uneven brows, or no brows at all and voila, you come out with legitimate hair strokes that you want to show off to the world, literal #browgoals.



Before and Immediately After

They look textured, dense albeit a little bit red, but it’s a world of a difference, you feel like a changed person. Your brows are bold in color. If you aren’t used to filling them in a lot, they will look slightly more dramatic in appearance than normal, tender, slightly swollen, and you may even experience some slight bleeding. The day you get them done you may be in awe of your fresh set of brows.

If you’re used to filling them in and are used to bolder brows, you may be in love. If not, don’t panic. The permanent makeup has been applied to compensate for fading of 20-40%, so if they look darker than you normally wear your brows, stay calm, the color will fade over the next week.


Brianna Immediately After Microblading Procedure

Brianna After Microblading Procedure



You will try really hard not to sneeze, because of the multiple tiny paper cut-like wounds on your face, but I had mine done during allergy season, and there’s no avoiding it. Your brows will be reddish, still quite tender, and maybe even a little bit thicker in texture than the day before. You may really notice the difference in your brows and feel like people are looking at them, but chances are you’re more self-conscious about it rather than people noticing them being darker than normal.

At this point, I really loved the way that they looked and was super happy with them. I could still see every hair stroke that was made and the redness for me had subsided a lot. They had not started to form hard thick scabs yet. Day 2 was pretty easy.

Brianna Day 2 After Microblading


DAY 3-4

By Day 3, you shouldn’t notice a huge difference from the previous two days, if anything, the pain and tenderness will start to subside, and the brows will get slightly dark or thicker, but nothing major. At this point, you’ll probably be loving the convenience of getting up and having instant brows without the hassle of having to create them yourself. You’ll likely find yourself daydreaming about beach days with completely waterproof brows, but don’t act on this at LEAST until day 10!



Brianna Day 5 After Microblading Procedure

Day 5 is when things start to change. This can be the turning point in the healing process, where your brows are getting itchy and it is advised to NOT scratch them, as the wound may still be open. A thick layer of scabbing may form, and the fine hair-strokes that were created may be hidden. You may feel like you want to start panicking. RESIST the urge to blow up your artist’s phone firing off questions and accusations alike. You have a wound on your face, therefore your body is trying to repair itself, hence the scabbing. It’s all a part of the healing process, and if you’ve had any other kind of tattoos in the past, it heals very similarly.

Just know that this is totally normal and even if it doesn’t look pretty, you shouldn’t worry, they’re going to be #browgoals again in no time. 


Brianna Day 5 After Microblading Procedure


DAY 5-7

Brianna After Microblading Procedure Healing Day 5-7

This is the scary time period when the serious scabbing will start, and begin to peel away from the skin. If you’re anything like me - you will be extremely tempted to pick or peel the scabs. Don’t give in to this temptation, it could affect your healing very negatively. If you pick it, you could lose pigment that was deposited into the skin and could end up with a holey, patchy eyebrow. By gently rinsing the area regularly the scabs will slowly start to fall off - when they’re ready. This phase is definitely the hardest of the process. As a client looking on social media, I haven’t seen anyone talk about or show this side of the microblading healing process. All we see is perfectly fresh strokes, but scabbing? Who knew your entire eyebrow would shed and go through this transformation? It’s so important for clients to know and truly understand the whole process, and really be assured by their artist that what they experience is perfectly normal, and necessary for their eyebrows to heal properly.

At the end, they will have the brows they always wanted.


Brianna After Microblading Procedure Healing Day 5-7

Brianna After Microblading Procedure Healing Day 5-7

DAY 7-10

Your scabs will probably be all flaked off or flaking off on their own by this point and you’ll start to see the light at the end of the healing tunnel. But because the skin has not completely mended itself back together, there may still be some cause for concern. The color during these days may seem way too light or even grey and missing in spots. You might feel like your skin didn’t take the pigment, but that’s not the case. They’ll almost look like you’ve filled them in with a powder, so again just remain as calm as possible and begin to start enjoying the fact that your eyebrows are done for you every morning. It’s important to note that at this stage, the wounds should be closed so if you’re feeling self-conscious about the light look of them, you are able to apply some makeup to fill in for the time being.

Brianna After Microblading Procedure Healing Day 7-10

Brianna After Microblading Procedure Healing Day 7-10


DAY 14-21

Healing is almost complete! YAY! You’re almost there.

Brianna After Microblading Procedure Healing Day 14-21

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. People you tell about the procedure won’t even believe that it’s a tattoo. It’s truly amazing. You’ll be settling into your new shortened makeup routine - oh and those waterproof brow beach days? AMAZING!


Brianna After Microblading Procedure Healing Day 14-21


DAY 30

Guess what? Your healing process is complete! Your skin is completely healed and color is looking great. They should look soft and natural. This is the point where you’ll be able to tell if there is anything you want to add or change, there could be a couple spots from loss of pigment, which is all dependent on how well your skin took the pigment, but this is OKAY because your follow-up appointment should be just around the corner!

Brianna Healed 30 Days Post Microblading Procedure


Healed Results:

Brianna Healed 30 Days Post Microblading Procedure


Brianna Healed 30 Days Post Microblading Procedure


All in all my experience with microblading was amazing! Through the ups and downs of the healing process, I was always assured that everything happening was normal, and was guided on how to take proper care to ensure the best results!

Hopefully, this guide to a typical healing experience is helpful to artists looking to give client's an in-depth look at what they can expect!



You can watch my full experience below:


Touch Up: Tina recommends that a client does not come back for a follow-up microblading procedure until the skin is fully healed, and suggests 3 months after their initial procedure as the optimal time to come back for their follow-up!

Are you waiting for your touch-up appointment and need something to give you a bit more definition until then? Check out how you can use the Pro-Pencil or Skinny Pencil to touch up your brows in the meantime, here.



Fast forward 2 years and here are my results. Flawless!

Brianna Microblading Healed 2 Years Post Procedure



Loved what you read and want to see more Healing Day by Day experiences?

Check out our other blog posts below:

Combo Brow Healing Day by Day

Lip Blush Healing Day by Day

Microblading: My Healing Journey


Get inspired! Check out all the beautiful results artists are achieving on the Beauty Board.


Healed Results:



100 Responses


February 25, 2021

I am in day 6 ad they’ve faded so much that I’m worried I’ve spent a fortune on this!!! The scans are almost healed and after reading that the color will “reappear” soon keeps me hopeful. Does that really happen? I mean does the color actually now reappear and darken? I sure hope so as I am used to a bold brow and right now they’re a very very light almost reddish so it really clashes with my dark hair!! I am hoping you all are correct and that the color will reappear soon!!!!!


February 25, 2021

Hi, I’m on day 6. I have very blonde hair and now look like a drag queen. They have just started to scab so really hoping it gets lighter. Love shape but the colour makes me look like a crazy angry bird. Thankyou for article. I’m in Australia and had no pain what so ever from numbing cream.


February 25, 2021

Thank god for this post I can relax a bit now… Today is my second day and I want to cry! my eyebrows look so thick and dark that I feel I made a mistake…I’m literally Bert from Sesame street right now… I know is a process is just I didn’t expect this…


February 25, 2021

My daughter is a stylist and JUST added microblading to her menu of treatments available…I volunteered to be her first customer. I woke up day 2 and had a mini stroke, day 3 they looked better, day 4 OMG did they look better, day 5 I had rock star eyebrows and sent pics to all my friends who are now lining up to get their’s done! I’m in the scab/flake time now on day 6 but I’m not worried. Thanks for this article…I’m going to send the link to my daughter so she can show her clients.

Sara Croco

February 25, 2021

I had my eyebrows microbladed 4 says ago. They are really dark and a little itchy today, but no scabbing or flakes present. I am trusting the process….


February 25, 2021

I just had mine done today and it’s so dark! It’s an angry bird like dark and bulky, but the artist said that it will look very natural and pretty once it’s healed because it matches my eyes and face shape. I had it for a discounted price so I am a bit worried if I made the right decision. Hahaha Anyways, I sooo excited for Day 30! My eyebrows are essentially non-existent so this will definitely save me time prepapring my eyebrows every morning. Thanks for this article!


February 25, 2021

Thank you for all this info!! I’m on day 5 and thank god I’ve been working from home. Because when I first saw my brows I wanted to cry! This info really does help to understand the process. I can’t wait until this is over and finally not hide from people!!

Celia sellers

September 16, 2020

Okay guys got my brows done today and wanted to crawl in hole. Got unexpectantly called into work. Felt like everyone was looking crazy at me…I feel like I look like I have two tarantula legs for eyebrows ( I’m blonnnnde) ugh! Freaked out…what have I done?!? Lol until I read this post.. y’all definitely calmed my fears… I just need to chill and be patient. Whew… thanks


September 10, 2020

Thank you for sharing you experience. I’m on Day 4, I didn’t know what to expect after the procedure. Your information give me hope. I’m so nervous about. Thank you again.


September 10, 2020

Thankyou for this day by day information! Its perfect to help us all understand what is going to happen. I had mine done for the 2nd time a week ago after the First artist really messed them up and they were uneven, I was so upset! Thankfully I found this new artist and she fixed everything I’m so happy with the shape and color now! The healing is exactly like it says here, not too much itching but they did peel a little I’m still very happy it took off 25min of makeup time and its so nice to wake up with pretty brows! Thankyou 😊!


August 19, 2020

My brows were done today. And I feel super nervous and bad when I look at them in the mirror I don’t know what I should expect I can’t stop crying. I feel like I ruined my whole face. Hope that it will be better during the process

Raegan Thomas

July 28, 2020

I was very nervous about having microblading… As it is a commitment and once it’s done… It’s done!
Once I made the choice I could not have gotten luckier with an amazing, experienced artist who was very understanding about my concerns and walked me through the process step by step! I am so unbelievably happy with the results and so very grateful to Sarah!!


July 13, 2020

Thank you so much for this article and to all the women’s comments! They have been so helpful- I’m on Day 2 and I was near freaking out yesterday. My eye brows are so dark and huge! They look a little boxy on the insides and hoping they’ll soften. Reading everyone’s posts have cracked me up and given me hope- I totally agree that I look like an Angry Bird!! but now I have hope and I’m excited to see how beautiful they’ll look like in a few weeks! Thank you, fellow eye brow warriors!!


July 08, 2020

I’m so happy I found this! I’m on day 3 and the itching has began. It’s taking everything in me not to scratch.


June 24, 2020

Thank you so much for this article. This is exactly how the healing process has happened for me. No one tells you about Day 5-10 really. I was only told about the initial darkness but not about the pigment coming back. Phew.


June 10, 2020

Day 2 here, I am so glad I found this article! It explains so much and the photos helped me so much. I didn’t feel any pain because my artist used lidocaine before she started and another application of it during the process. But I did get a really bad headache 5 hours after I left her salon. It was almost like a mild migraine. She matched my dark auburn hair color so I’m not use to them having a reddish tint. I woke up this morning and was like oh sh*t, what have I done! But I’m trusting my artist and the process because I know I’m going to have brows that are beautiful. Thank you so much for the article!!


May 19, 2020

Thanks for posting this. I did something kind of crazy. I did them myself. The shape is good but they are so dark!…which I think is to be expected on day 2. I think I did more a shading technique than drawing hairs but I already had a good amount of hairs in my brows. I have been using my red light mask to speed up the healing process. I think I will go in another millimeter or two on my left brow. But I am just waiting for these to lighten up. :) My brows were pretty full before and had a shape but a little sparse towards the middle. Also my darker brows are making me look more ethnic which I actually like :) I am half mexican but usually I look a bit white. But I am honestly glad they will lighten because dark brows are a bit bold for me.


April 16, 2020

Just had it done today. They’re a bit dark so I don’t know if I’ll ask for recolor when I go back. I really hope they lighten a bit. But I guess I’ll see. My artist said they will absolutely lighten so I trust her judgement. Everyone says they look great but I’m still getting used to them. I don’t wear makeup, but was tired of not having full eyebrows.


March 23, 2020

This was a great guide for me! I’m on Day and have mild itching and visible scabs poking through and detaching! It’s kinda crusty but only really noticeable to me. Seems I’m right on track! My artist warned me but you never really know until it happens!


March 09, 2020

I’m on day 12 and havent really had any issues. No noticeable scabbing, very mild itching and a little fading for a few days. The procedure didn’t hurt very much bc she put lidocaine on multiple times throughout. My brows have looked great since day one. Moral of the story, pay for the very best in town, it’s worth it.

Larelle Downes

February 20, 2020

WOW! Thankyou so much for such an open and honest healing process. I just had mine done three days ago. Day 3 and I’m starting to see scabs form. This has been such a breath of fresh air. Literally NO one tells you the aftermath of having what is essentially an eyebrow operation! Healing is so important, and thankyou for sharing your journey with the world. Love from the UK London!!! xxx

April Burke

February 25, 2020

OMG!!! So glad I came across this. I had my combo brows done on Monday-so day 3. I can relate to everything these ladies are posting except the pain part. I never felt any pain just heard the sound, it sounds like velcro. I’m pretty embarrassed to go out in public. Waiting for day 10 so I can wear a cap at least. I love the shape of my brows just hope I don’t come out of this looking like an angry bird! Ha 😂

VInu Vellat

February 25, 2020

nice article and awesome blog
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February 07, 2020

I had mine done on 1/29/2020 and I’m still in the Bold stage. Yes, I’m trying to remain calm and true the process but I wish I had researched and planned this instead of going not knowing the entire stages of healing. Hoping this works out.


January 28, 2020

Thank you for posting this. I can’t wait until mine heal 😊❤️

Wendy Irizarry-Lopez

January 28, 2020

Hi. I am on day 2 and my brows are dark and scary. Had I known the process and done enough research- I would not have done them. I have been panicking and I feel so embarassed. I look like an angry bird and I refuse to leave my house. Your brows look sooo pretty. I can’t wait until the process is over. I pray that I can look normal again.

Andrea Castro

December 31, 2019

I’m on day 2 and feel like someone took a sharpie to my eyebrows! Thank god I found your post today! It stopped me from driving back to my salon. I’m going to trust the process or get bangs!


December 23, 2019

So happy I found this article! Just got my brows done 2 days ago and I was scared! Lol. They’re so dark and thick! I was so planning to call the technician on Monday to share my concerns. This article and all the comments helped calm me waaaay down! Including your pics throughout the process was also
very helpful. Your final brows look amazing! Thanks
for sharing !!


December 10, 2019

So it is safe to say you are god sent lol. I am officially on day 4 of microblading and my eyebrows are so itchy !! They appear dark but Im glad to hear that they will lighten. Thanks for this helpful post and for the people commenting because it was the laugh of the day lol. I really needed it.


December 10, 2019

Thank you for this! I had my brows done 4 days ago and they look so dark and bold. They start to be itchy as of today(day 4). Reading your story makes my calmer and hopeful for a beautiful brows.


October 04, 2019

This article is a blessing lol my eyebrows look pretty pathetic right now it’s hilarious! I’m on day 7…..I’m so ready to peel this sh*t off but I won’t. It was expensive & I don’t have a choice. The Picture from “7-10 days” is exactly how I look right now. The not washing your face is definitely difficult, but LADIES, we will be waking up & saving 20-30mins just drawing this in! Be patient, as I am trying as well! THANK YOU TO ALL THE LADIES SHARING THEIR EXPERIENCE, this community is amazing.

Vennie Kocsis

September 09, 2019

I got mine done today. My stylist gave me a cool emoji healing sheet with a timeline, like a shocked face for day 10 and “where did my brows go?” I have several tattoos so I understand the healing process of scabbing. I think what makes this harder is that it’s on our face. I see many people say don’t get them wet. Here are the care instructions I received:

1st day, dab with dry cotton ball every 5-10 minutes to absorb any seeping; wash after 4 hours. She gave me a solution. I use 3 cotton balls. 1st I soak with the solution and dab my brows. Then the 2nd with plain water to dab off the cleaning solution. The 3rd I dab them dry.

Tomorrow I will begin to use a gel she gave me. I put it on a q-tip and spread a light coating over them to keep the scabbing process soft. I’ll do this 3x per day for 7-10 days.

I see a trend in the comments that it seems the ones who scabbed the worst are the ones who dry healed without any ointment.

It is a bit shocking at first, especially since my eyebrows are majorly thin and graying. But I have glasses and I’ll be patient with the process. I have always found a bit of ointment on my tattoos helped with the scabbing not ripping out color, so I am hoping this to be the key.

I also hope all the ladies now have beautiful eyebrows!


September 04, 2019

Honey you are the real MVP!! I got mine done 5 days ago. I was super panicked immediately afterwards because they were so dark and thick. Everyone assured me they looked good, but I hated them. Now I’m at the holy shit where did they go, I’m sorry what I said about you brows Phase. Lol. I’m hoping that they magically reappear as you said. My follow up is in October, so looks like I might have to fill them in for a while. Thankful for your blog and the reassurance that it’s all normal.


July 12, 2019

I had my brows done yesterday. It really looks soooo thick and dark. Thank god I’ve seen this post as i started to get worried. They really look awful right now. I’ll always be reading this everyday to remind myseld that these brows will get better. Guess im not gonna go out for the next few weeks or so. I meed my brows lighter. Lol

Laura M Ruelas

May 28, 2019

Hello, I got my eyebrows done 7 days ago, I was given an ointment and told to apply twice a day. For the past 2 days my eyebrows have been very itchy, but I have not seen any scabbing, peeling not discoloration. I have not gotten my eyebrows wet at all, this has been the hardest part for me. The day I got them done, I looked as if I was going to come out in the angry bird movie lol, I accompanied my son to his doctor appointment and went out to lunch afterwards, people probably thought I needed a tutorial on penciling in my eyebrows lol.

Maria Ellis

April 16, 2019

Hi! You saved me from the eyebrow ledge! LOL. I am on day 7. I have seen scans for a week and just now got to wash my hair. This morning the scans you talk about are starting to flake off ever so slightly and to my dismay it looks like I did nothing on the tiny area that is finally showing through. I was horrified. You are right. My skin looks faded as grey on the tiny patch of scab that flakes off. Thank you for giving me hope that the color of the procedure “espresso mixed with dark blonde” will ultimately show through after the skin regeneration. I am counting the days till this is over. I will be happy to show you pictures as I too am taking photos day by day. Thank you! Absolutely the best article out there and you are beautiful by the way.

Veronique Richardson

April 16, 2019

Thank you for this read, wish I had read before my freak out/meltdown around day 5 & thought my flakey eyebrows were completely falling off my face. I agree the photos that follow the procedure gave me a false sense of what I thought my brows would look like and wish there were more photos or stories of what the brows look like in the weeks that follow. Appreciate this article!


February 06, 2019

So I am a guy with half brows so decided to have them Microbladed. It was pretty painful but absolutely worth it. Looked like a cartoon character for a few days but now on day 18 and they look so natural. My advice is get someone who really knows what they are doing. Your face is your fortune – don’t settle for second best.
Plan the process in advance so that you don’t have appointments for at least a week thereafter.Don’t pick, don’t scratch or get them wet – buy a cap lol

Eileen Marquez

February 06, 2019

I’m so glad I found this article. I had my microblading done 1 week ago. They are scabbing at this point and this morning I completely freaked when I washed them with a cotton pad and a bunch of the hair stroke came off. I legit thought I messed them up. I text my artist and she said it was normal and part of the process. I trust her but it is so reassuring to read this and see all the pictures. As for the procedure itself it was not painful at all. But after the numbing cream wears off after the procedure they feel like a bunch of tiny paper cuts and it stings but nothing really painful just uncomfortable.

Carol Berman

January 04, 2019

So appreciate all the feedback from everyone! Excellent forum. I did my pre-research, but reality speaks a louder volume. I’m on day 8 and look a tad scary! I’m a Retail Manager so i’ve Had to be front and center and I say- thank goodness for my glasses and bangs!


January 04, 2019

I had mine done yesterday. My tech numbed my brows before each pass. She told me what to expect. She stressed leaving the scabs to heal on their own. This process is exactly how she described. I got the hairlike strokes with out the shading also.


January 04, 2019

I just got my brows done 2 days ago (microblade and shade) and I was so shocked at how dark and thick they were- I almost cried at the salon!! I’m so glad I read your blog and all the other comments saying they felt the same!! Just have to get through the next 2 weeks and it’ll be OK ( keep telling myself that!!) The shape is beautiful- just so so so dark and waxy I feel like someone sharpied my face LOL the things we do for beauty!!


December 11, 2018

I’m really happy I found this – my aftercare sheet and what to expect really didn’t explain it this way. I’ve been coming back and reading this often to keep myself calm (lol!). Today is day 9 for me and most of the scabbing is done but the strokes look WAY too light. I’m excited for them to darken and for my follow up appointment in a few months.

Bri W.

December 11, 2018

I had my brows microbladed for the third time 4 days ago. Having been through the healing process twice already, I do have some things to say. The first time I got them done, my tech matched my natural hair color perfectly, however they healed really light even several weeks afterwards and looked as if I didn’t even have the procedure done at all. I don’t have the best skin type (semi oily) so it’s very possible my skin did not take the ink very well. The second time I got them done, I had my tech go a shade darker to anticipate some fading in the healing process and was in-love with the end result! I will say there are many factors on how your brows will turn out: the healing care is the biggest factor. I’ve heard mixed reviews on if you should/shouldn’t get your brows wet during the healing period, the second time I got his done I avoided water at all costs and I noticed a huge difference in the turnout. As far as the procedure itself, my tech continuously numbed my brows but I’m almost positive I may be immune to that brand because I could feel every single stroke (yikes!); if you have tattoos it’s essentially the same feeling. To push through, I just reminded myself pain is temporary and it will be worth it, which it totally is! Can’t wait to see this turnout.


December 11, 2018

I am so grateful I just found this article! I got my eyebrows done an hour ago and I’m soo regreting it! I feel they look so dark and waxy, it’s not what I was expecting:( I am very self conscious right now and like the other comments, I feel like everyone is staring at me right now.
Your post give me some peace in thinking that this is the normal process and I will love them in the end. I will continue to pray.

Thank you for taking the time to write such a detailed blog ❤️


December 11, 2018

I had my eyebrows microbladed yesterday along with 2nd application of eyeliner and full lip color. There was no pain involved with any of it. Every now and then a slight discomfort but numbing cream was reapplied continuously throughout the process for each procedure. I was given “after ink” ointment to apply to my eyebrows as a very thin layer and was told to wash eye liner with baby shampoo and use Cetaphil soap or other antibacterial soap for my eyebrows and lips. Apply very vaseline to lips in very thin layer. Dry healing my eyes since my first application didn’t seem to hold a much ink.


December 11, 2018

I had my initial microblading done in September the color faded a bit. My follow up was 5 days ago and I’m at the scabbing phase. Both times it was painful almost unbearable the first pass.The person doing the microblading says you cant be numbed the first pass. She does 3 passes. On the 2nd pass its bearable but by the 3rd it starts to get a little uncomfortable again. I dont know if that’s the norm or this is just how she was trained. I think I might need a touchup after this is healed because the brows look uneven. I think I will go somewhere I’m numbed before the procedure


November 01, 2018

I’m glad you explained day 5-10 because like you said not many people post Bout that, but that’s when everyone freaks out. I’m at day 7 and have begun flaking and I see no color or as if the color hasnt took, I actually see lightly color skin. So what do I do start researching. People should talk about it more and show pictures…because I did read that it MAY APPEAR as if the color is not there but that’s because the TOP layer of skin has not form yet. And it will in due time. The Human body how amazing it heals itself. And people should be educated especially around this phase of the healing process. I already see that at day 10 I’ll be filling in for awhile until my follow up. Because I’m already looking crazy at work. So thank you for the helpful explanation.

Danelle Green

October 17, 2018

I had my brows done first 9 weeks ago. I had my touch up last week. I first had microblading done and it looked wonderful until all the scabs came off and I had lots of patching. My color did not stay well at all and I’m not sure if it was because my brows are so light or what. I just went back last week for a touch-up and she decided to do shading instead. I like the way this looks but again I am having so much scabbing on the inner brows and it looks like there won’t be any color staying again. Very disappointing because I was so excited to get this done. Not sure if I will try again or not.
As far as the pain of the procedure, it was not painful AT ALL! She numbed me up very well so if people are saying it is painful it is because their esthetician did not numb them or didn’t numb them enough.


October 17, 2018

By far THE best microblading experience explanation ever. I got mine done exactly a week ago and I’m going through the peeling process and I almost gave it and wiped it off but I realized it’s not a night and day process. Thanks for taking the time and letting us know the behind the scenes!


October 17, 2018

Thank you for your blog post! I am on day 2. I am a redhead and I feel like a drag queen right now. I woke up at 4am and had a panic attack when I saw them in the mirror – I couldn’t believe how dark and thick they where, couldnt get back to sleep, totally regretted it and manically started googling in bed how I could get rid of them quickly. I was so embarrassed the next day I had to leave the house. I emailed by technician the following day telling her they were awful and that I was devastated (overly emotional!!!!) she reassured me that this was NORMAL and that I was to give it time and they would fade out soon. I even went and bought hairdresser scissors to cut in a fringe.. luckily my friends stopped and said they were not as bad as I thought, but my husband said they were really dark and didn’t understand why I wanted to do that to myself ;-) I will keep coming back to your blog throughout to reassure myself as its all very well when someone tells you but you dont really mentally prepare yourself for it until it happens. Thank you again!!


October 05, 2018

I had my brows done 3 days ago and love them. It did not hurt at all. The nurse used numbing cream. I do have a touch up appointment in 3 weeks. So glad I did this.


October 02, 2018

The is the best description about the healing process I read online. I am at day 5 the scabs are starting to fall off and those areas look soooo much lighter but your comments make me fell more confident that they will darken once healing is complete. As for the pain I felt NONE. My artist was very skilled and used a numbing cream. The waxing beforehand hurt more than the actual microblading. Do your research when choosing an artist!!!

Alyssa Hedrick

October 05, 2018

I just had my brows done a few minutes ago and was looking for photos regarding the aftercare. For everyone saying it was extremely painful, I think your artist may have needed to keep reapplying numbing cream. Any time my numbing cream was getting weak and I could start to feel the strokes I let my artist know and she would reapply more. It was virtually painless after the first initial application of numbing cream with the blade…


September 11, 2018

I had it done 16 days ago. They look really good. Almost zero scabbing. The shock of it was the level of pain! I didn’t cry but I wasn’t sure if I could finish. Childbirth and foot surgery were the only other time I screamed like that. It was so bad. Any one who says that it hurts just a little here and there is lying! I’m reading that the touch up appt hurts even more? Well I may be skipping that. I can’t handle more than what I went through the first session.


September 06, 2018

Your brows are gorgeous. I just had mine done a little over 24 hours ago. The procedure was extremely painful, as I don’t think the numbing cream worked. The shape and size are beautiful but the color is not right. We went with medium brown but they now have a red tint to them. I don’t like it. I thought it was from my skin being raw but it appears to be the color pigments. I am guessing I’ll have to live with this for a couple of months through the healing process. I hope to get my brow tech to correct the color when I get the touch up done. Not looking forward to this long healing process. Thank you for sharing your experience, it will help to know what I’m in for. I just hope the end result will be worth the pain, time, and money spent.

Kerry kendrick

August 24, 2018

Amazing review of the microblading process


August 20, 2018

Thank you so much for this detail. I am on Day 5 and have been very discouraged. I chose taupe as the color, and they are so big and dark that I have been feeling like Cruella Deville! This was very encouraging for me.


August 20, 2018

Thank you so much for this informative article. It is super helpful, clear and concise.

Cindy Garcia

August 20, 2018

Thanks for the post!Totally eased my mind. I am on day 7 right now and it looks so off colored and im super itchy and its all scabby. I wish they looked like on day 1!!!!!!!! lol

Shantell Rios

August 10, 2018

Omg, thank you for this post!!! I’m on day 6 and starting to see the scabs and a little patchy spots but my technician gave me a paper of do’s and dont’s and a paper of what to expect thru the healing process. Hearing you describe the same makes me feel so much more comfortable and now trusting the healing process! I actually fell asleep during the last hour as my tech kept applying the numbing cream thru the process and it totally worked for feeling any pain! She was very clear and open for any questions or comments and had me check my brows a few times to make sure it was the shape and darkness i wanted! I love them!! Totally cuts down on the makeup process in the morning. Can’t wait to see the end result after the touch up, patience is a virtue that’s for sure! Thanks again!


August 10, 2018

I honestly, just got mines done yesterday And they are thick and dark …. i am a light skin Dominican — these eyebrows are sooooo dark that I’m so afraid to go out… I called out of work… literally… I hope that they get lighter because right now I look terrible…. I look like a drag queen….


August 20, 2018

Hey I’m a dude and I has this last July 29. Thanks for your blog as I was worried just today some dead skin peeled off along with the strands and now I see some bald spots.. I’ll wait for few more days before I panic :)


August 01, 2018

Firstly, I wanted to say your beautiful!! Secondly, thank you so much for this blog post. I came across this post when I was researching microblading and the process. I was ever so lucky to have someone I know do my brows which made everything so much easier. Every day that I had any moments of “OMG why did I do this to my face” I would look back at this post and be reminded its just the healing process, so it helped a lot :) I have already done my touch up and now am on day 7 – this time we discussed darkening the color and adding to the shape and I immediately loved it more than the first time, that even when it got darker I wanted it to stay that dark lol…overall this is a great procedure because it allows you to feel better and even wear less make up.
thanks so much for your great post xo


July 20, 2018

Wow, this is so helpful as i am doing research now!!

Natalie O

July 20, 2018

I had my microblade procedure done on 7/14/18. I’m on Itchy Day 6. Otherwise, everything looks good. Glad I had it done.


July 20, 2018

Had my top up 2weeks ago, they look a bit light at the moment but I know they will darken again soon but they look great! i did my research before I had them done and I’m happy.

Sharon W

July 16, 2018

Definitely helping me to read your day by day. Day 5 for me and although dark, knowing will lighten some helps. Looks like some bladed brow skin same off today during gentle cleaning. Is this normal? I’m saving to show my brow gal. Thanks again! My first ever post.


July 16, 2018

My friend and I had ours done 2 days ago. We had to get over the initial shock. We were both freaking out and yes….we should have googled so we could get to this page before we got microblading. Going on day 3 and I have a concert to go to on day 5 so I’m worried I’ll look like a crazy woman. My friend has wore hats and I just decided to brave it and pray my coworkers didn’t notice. So far so good. I have original hairs poking up everywhere and it’s driving me crazy. Coconut oil won’t even lay them down. (That’s what we were instructed to use) I wished we were on day 30 Already. This is very scary. However, we are trusting the process and praying!!!!!


July 05, 2018

I’m on Day 5 and they’re starting to itch like crazy! Still really dark, but no patchiness or flaking yet. I’m panicking a bit because they’re still darker than I like, but trying to remain calm. I’m Matron-of-Honor in my sister’s wedding July 21st so hopefully they lighten up by then. I experienced no pain during the procedure. After the procedure I felt a bit of a burning sensation, but very tolerable. Kind of like a sunburn. I bled very little and had no redness or swelling after.


July 05, 2018

Thanks for your posting it does help with what to expect. I’m at day 5 and have only experienced some itching. My brow tech recommended a cream 2-4 times a day for 7 days. To date I’ve had no scabbing or peeling. My brows do appear a little dark, so I look forward to the lightening. I’m very pleased with the overall result. I’m not good with pain at all but found the procedure to be painful but tolerable.


July 05, 2018

Thank you for this! I always look back to it for reassurance during this process. Although right now I’m freaking out and can’t sleep that’s why I’m commenting- I’m on day 10 and itched my brow in a half sleepy state and I immediately realized what I was doing and ran to the bathroom and a chunk was missing (I hope you all are picturing this lolol) please please tell me it’ll come back I mean it’s been ten days of me not touching it the pigment has to be there right ?!?!? Sorry for the dramatics but it’s big money to do this and as many people have mentioned- no one mentions these phases!! So again thank you for this post!


July 05, 2018

Thank you for this post. I had my brows done yesterday and look ridiculous. My brows were pretty sparse before so I am now in shock. The technician made them dark to allow for fading. I actually cut bangs on my hair today so I can cover them up until they heal and fade. And glasses work also!! I really hoping that then end product will be worth it!


July 05, 2018

I’m on day 2. So dark and just ugly right now. I feel like I’m all eyebrow. Thanks for sharing this. Helps me see the light at the end of the eyebrow tunnel. 😊

Carol Kemp

July 05, 2018

Great Post. Thanks… I had brow & eyelid tattoos years ago so I understood healing process somewhat. Had mine done 6/25… so far so good.

Cherie White

June 26, 2018

EVERYONE who gets microblading done should read this. Absolutely accurate and a clear representation.

Cristina Alonso

June 26, 2018

I’m in day 2 and my brows are too thick and dark! I’m canceling tomorrow’s plans for lunch because i feel too embarrassed to leave the house! Hoping all I’ve read is true and they will relax and get smaller by the weekend. I’m freaking out!


June 26, 2018

Thanks so much for this information. It makes me feel better. I’m on my day 9 and I’m super upset yesterday when everything was patchy amd people were staring at them at my beauty salon where i had my highlights done. Today, I don’t even wanna get out of the house since they’re not fully pealed but it’s nice to know that this is normal and it will get better. As far as the pain during the process, yes, there is definitely discomfort and at the end there were “on fire” but it’s tolerable. I didn’t really had any pain after the process.

Bianca De Pinto

June 19, 2018

Thank you for sharing this. I really needed to hear someone mention the “flaking/falling off”. I’ve searcged everywhere and no one talks about it. I was beginning to be afraid. I really needed this!


June 19, 2018

Thank you for the information, I had mines done on 06/15/18 this is my second day and they look dark and thick. I hope they fade a little cause all I see is dark thick eyebrows. I’m worried! Feel ichy and I just want to scratch them off…


June 19, 2018

Thank you for posting your experience. I left the salon 7 hours ago and I’m sitill panicking about the powder shading, overthinking it and feeling very self conscious about my brows being very dark. Reading your post has reassured me that time is my friend and to be patient, something I’m not good at!

I was reassured it would lighten 50% and I need to trust the process. Your photos and stages of healing were just what I needed this evening. Thank you!


June 14, 2018

Thanks for this ! I’m on day 10 currently ! Almost all the scabs are gone, and I have one patchy spot that’s bothering me. Hopefully in the next week everything will look awesome. Can’t wait to see what they look like within the next few months and after my touch up


June 19, 2018

Today is my second day . To me the look thick and dark . My hair is mix blonde and it just make me look like Frida Kahlo !
Did not hurt a bit but I don’t want anyone to see me like this , so your explanation of day by day helped , I was bigining to think a made a terrible mistake
I use a small amount of crean to help the healing as I was told , only a little . I really hope this will pass as to me they look so dark . Thank you


June 19, 2018

Thanks so much for posting this. I am considering the procedure and just knowing the approximate timeline for healing is super helpful.


June 19, 2018

I think it’s really upsetting that people are lead to believe that your eyebrows are healed and perfect after the touch up. I started the process on 3/29/18, and did the touch up on 5/16/18. At this time the healing process repeats itself for another 30 days. Today is 6/4/18 and my brows just about peeled. They aren’t near perfect as of yet, but I do see improvement. I really hope the pain is worth the money and time.


June 19, 2018

Thankyou for your post!!! my eyebrows (day 9) look nothing like whats dipicted in some of the posts ive read so i was panicing and refuseing to leave the house and when i do im apologiseing to strangers for my eyebrows….mine look terrible compared to yours and i cant see alot of brow strokes its a process not a walk in and walk out with amazing brows thats for sure.


May 28, 2018

Thanks for your post. I just had the retouch this week. It hurt more the second time I think. Whoever says the pain level is low is a liar. To me, this was the worst pain I’ve ever felt, and I’ve had piercings and a baby! The constant noise of the cutting drove me insane, and the cream didn’t seem to ever numb me enough. My brows look great, however I will be curious to see them in about six months to a year, to justify if it was worth the pain and money.

Elaine Dennis

May 08, 2018

I’ve been researching microblading, as my brow goddess told me to do. Thank you for your daily/weekly aftercare for the brows. I’m definitely getting it done and will update you on my procedure. Thank u 😀


May 08, 2018

I needed to read this! Today is day 5 for my brows and the scabs are falling off and now I have patches that look really awful! I have been upset all day. I didn’t know that this was normal. I’ll try to be patient for my my touch up. Hopefully they look good in the end.


May 08, 2018

I have never posted online in my life, but I just had to say a huge THANK YOU for posting this. Day 5 here and was starting to get worried the color didn’t take on my brows. It’s one thing to read the after-care instructions that say briefly they may be lighter today, but so much more reassuring to see your day-by-day photos. Thank you so much for posting this!!!!


May 03, 2018

Thank you for this! I am in day 5 and mayor scabbing is forming and I see a few patches here and there, oh.. and it itches!!! But thanks to your blog, I know I shouldn’t have to worry. Thanks a million!


May 03, 2018

Thank you for this step by step of the healing process. I haven’t found one photo of the peeling phase and was starting to freak out


May 03, 2018

WOW – thank you soooo much for the day-by-day, especially the photos. I just had mine done today, (5/1/18), I’ll try to remember to breathe for the next 30 days !!!! :-)

P.S. I’ll probably re-read your comments for the next 30 days!


May 03, 2018

I needed this! I’m on day 5/6 and I have itchy brows that look patchy. Whew… I’ve been upset all day until this read, feeling much better.


May 03, 2018

Thanks for sharing – no one talks about the awkward stages! Similar to another person above, the process was actually surprisingly painful for me as well. It wasn’t unmanageable but it definitely didn’t feel like threading, as some people would describe. Maybe threading on steroids. I’ve been told the touch up visit can be more painful than the first visit as some of the cuts may not have have fully healed. I’m on day 4 and still loving the shape and colour; though they are a little thin for my liking and I plan to correct that in the second visit. Can’t wait for #browgoals!

Daniela Garibay

May 03, 2018

Thank you for this, I feel so much relief after reading this, got my brows done today and felt just as you described.
Honestly it was great of you to let us know!
By the way your’s are definitely #browgoals


April 27, 2018

Thanks so much for this! I’m currently on day 6 and my brows are peeling and looking patchy so it’s great to hear this is normal!


April 27, 2018

Thank you so much for a very informative blog. To be honest if I had read this before microblading my brows I may not have done it. But your photos look beautiful through the entire healing process and now I’m excited to see the end result. My experience was somewhat painful. I had to keep asking for numbing cream. I think a few people are just more sensitive than others. But the worst is over and the touch ups should be a breeze!

Diana Mora

April 27, 2018

Thanks so much for sharing your experience in such detail!! I’m in day 3 and the itching is starting. Hope I look as good as you at the end of the first month!!


April 27, 2018

Thank you for this!! My brows were done yesterday, they look a little more filled in than hairlike strokes.. and they are a little thinner than I would have liked. Hopefully I can achieve flufflied brows like you at my touch up!! Extremely helpful though. :)

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Email marketing (if applicable): With your permission, we may send you emails about our store, new products and other updates.


How do you get my consent?
When you provide us with personal information to complete a transaction, verify your credit card, place an order, arrange for a delivery or return a purchase, we imply that you consent to our collecting it and using it for that specific reason only.
If we ask for your personal information for a secondary reason, like marketing, we will either ask you directly for your expressed consent, or provide you with an opportunity to say no.

How do I withdraw my consent?
If after you opt-in, you change your mind, you may withdraw your consent for us to contact you, for the continued collection, use or disclosure of your information, at anytime, by contacting us at or mailing us at:
Tina Davies Professional
3219 Yonge Street Suite 248 Toronto Ontario CA M4N 3S1


We may disclose your personal information if we are required by law to do so or if you violate our Terms of Service.


Our store is hosted on Shopify Inc. They provide us with the online e-commerce platform that allows us to sell our products and services to you.
Your data is stored through Shopify’s data storage, databases and the general Shopify application. They store your data on a secure server behind a firewall.

If you choose a direct payment gateway to complete your purchase, then Shopify stores your credit card data. It is encrypted through the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS). Your purchase transaction data is stored only as long as is necessary to complete your purchase transaction. After that is complete, your purchase transaction information is deleted.
All direct payment gateways adhere to the standards set by PCI-DSS as managed by the PCI Security Standards Council, which is a joint effort of brands like Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
PCI-DSS requirements help ensure the secure handling of credit card information by our store and its service providers.
For more insight, you may also want to read Shopify’s Terms of Service ( or Privacy Statement (


In general, the third-party providers used by us will only collect, use and disclose your information to the extent necessary to allow them to perform the services they provide to us.
However, certain third-party service providers, such as payment gateways and other payment transaction processors, have their own privacy policies in respect to the information we are required to provide to them for your purchase-related transactions.
For these providers, we recommend that you read their privacy policies so you can understand the manner in which your personal information will be handled by these providers.
In particular, remember that certain providers may be located in or have facilities that are located a different jurisdiction than either you or us. So if you elect to proceed with a transaction that involves the services of a third-party service provider, then your information may become subject to the laws of the jurisdiction(s) in which that service provider or its facilities are located.
As an example, if you are located in Canada and your transaction is processed by a payment gateway located in the United States, then your personal information used in completing that transaction may be subject to disclosure under United States legislation, including the Patriot Act.
Once you leave our store’s website or are redirected to a third-party website or application, you are no longer governed by this Privacy Policy or our website’s Terms of Service.

When you click on links on our store, they may direct you away from our site. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of other sites and encourage you to read their privacy statements.
Google analytics:
Our store uses Google Analytics to help us learn about who visits our site and what pages are being looked at


To protect your personal information, we take reasonable precautions and follow industry best practices to make sure it is not inappropriately lost, misused, accessed, disclosed, altered or destroyed.
If you provide us with your credit card information, the information is encrypted using secure socket layer technology (SSL) and stored with a AES-256 encryption. Although no method of transmission over the Internet or electronic storage is 100% secure, we follow all PCI-DSS requirements and implement additional generally accepted industry standards.


Here is a list of cookies that we use. We’ve listed them here so you that you can choose if you want to opt-out of cookies or not.
_session_id, unique token, sessional, Allows Shopify to store information about your session (referrer, landing page, etc).
_shopify_visit, no data held, Persistent for 30 minutes from the last visit, Used by our website provider’s internal stats tracker to record the number of visits
_shopify_uniq, no data held, expires midnight (relative to the visitor) of the next day, Counts the number of visits to a store by a single customer.
cart, unique token, persistent for 2 weeks, Stores information about the contents of your cart.
_secure_session_id, unique token, sessional
storefront_digest, unique token, indefinite If the shop has a password, this is used to determine if the current visitor has access.
PREF, persistent for a very short period, Set by Google and tracks who visits the store and from where


By using this site, you represent that you are at least the age of majority in your state or province of residence, or that you are the age of majority in your state or province of residence and you have given us your consent to allow any of your minor dependents to use this site.


We reserve the right to modify this privacy policy at any time, so please review it frequently. Changes and clarifications will take effect immediately upon their posting on the website. If we make material changes to this policy, we will notify you here that it has been updated, so that you are aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we use and/or disclose it.
If our store is acquired or merged with another company, your information may be transferred to the new owners so that we may continue to sell products to you.

SECTION 10 - SMS Marketing

By subscribing to Tina Davies professional text notifications, you agree to receive automated marketing text messages from us about our products and services at the phone number you provided when you subscribed, and that the messages may be sent via automatic telephone dialing system or other technology. Message frequency is recurring. Consent is not a condition of purchase. Message and data rates may apply. Reply STOP, END, CANCEL, UNSUBSCRIBE or QUIT to opt-out and HELP for customer support. You may receive an additional text message confirming your decision to opt-out. You understand and agree that attempting to opt-out by any means other than texting the opt-out commands above is not a reasonable means of opting out.


If you would like to: access, correct, amend or delete any personal information we have about you, register a complaint, or simply want more information contact our Privacy Compliance Officer at or by mail at
Tina Davies Professional

3219 Yonge Street, Suite 248, Toronto, Ontario Canada, M4N 3S1