IMPORTANT THINGS TO COMMUNICATE TO THE CLIENT
As much as it would be documented about microblading, most clients decide to do this, without knowing some of the most important information. A consultation session before the procedure is absolutely necessary. So here's what it is important to pass on.
Microblading is semi-permanent, not permanent.
Cosmetic tattoos, unlike classical tattoos on the body, are much more superficial to the skin. Your own immune system will digest the ink, and the pigment will disappear over time. It lasts from one year to three years, depending on your skin type and your lifestyle, and of course the pigment.
Microblading requires annual or biannual meetings for regeneration or replenishment.
Most people need two sessions to get the look they want.
A person with normal skin needs about two sessions - a first session, and then they can return four weeks later for a replenishment session. They have to come back after four weeks because, depending on their skin type, their skin can push a bit of pigment and in some places the hair lines will not be as saturated as we want them to be.
The Microblading process takes some time.
It is important to explain to your clients that it takes time to do the job properly and that they need to be armed with patience, not to hurry in any way.
The eyebrows will not look the same.
Even if we can draw them identically, it is the right way to be a little different from each other. The eyebrows are sisters, but not twin sisters. Because half of the face is different from the other, so the eyebrows will be. Because they have to follow the natural course of physiognomy.
Yes, it may hurt, even for some people.
Do not hesitate to tell clients that it may hurt. Especially if there are people who cannot bear pain, a microblading session can be quite painful.
See you soon,