My actual clients - I do not edit my photos except for size. No smoke and mirrors - this is the reality of micro-blading, it is not a temporary service, it is a permanent tattoo.
It is extremely difficult to correct previous work, not knowing how deep the pigment was placed, previous color or pigment brand and dealing with scar tissue or irregular skin texture. Often times, it takes several months of appointments for removal, healing time and finally correction. Not everyone wants to go through the removal process. Ideally, a brow should be 50% faded before a correction service is performed for the best possible outcome.
This is the result of several micro-blading procedures. The practitioner was way outside her brow line. She did not want to have removal. This is the correction immediately after. The color is slightly warm, however, it healed perfectly. We had to add warmth to neutralize the gray micro-blading.
This is how micro-blading ages, this is why I do not offer this service. Her skin had some scarring and the color was gray. The previous practitioner went too deep. This is the correction immediately after. The color is slightly warm, however, it healed perfectly. We had to go warm to neutralize the gray micro-blading.
This is another case of how micro-blading ages. I did a single correction on this client and it has lasted several years. She will probably need some type of removal before her next service. You can only color correct so many times before the skin becomes saturated with pigment. If pigment is applied properly initially, the pigment will fade and then it can be covered without so much saturation.