Microblading Correction

Effect: Poorly-done microblading work transformed to the look you’ve always wanted

Jumped on the microblading trend but ended up resenting your brows? Permanent makeup correction can fix and even enhance awkward brow shapes, strange discoloration, or any other effect on your look that can make it really embarrassing to wear. Whether the unappealing changes happened over time or your microbladed brows are new, you have the option to change that and get the best look that you deserve with your money’s worth.

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Recommended for:

  • Various skin types
  • Awkward shapes, colors, or effects on microblading work that need correcting due to changes over time or poorly-done work
  • Permanent makeup work, in which the ink has not gone way too deep into the skin

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How is Microblading Correction Done?

You might see confusing information from various online resources about how correction on microbladed, tattooed brows, or other types of cosmetic micropigmentation is done. One of our services is Pigment Lightening and Removal. The difference is that correction has more to do with creating a brand-new look or adjustments – minor and major to get the look that you want. There are also many types of correction, not just color. It can be the shape, the very style, or other aspects.

This is done by combining several techniques and methods, including lightening the original ink or pigment. Then, the artist will create a new shape if necessary, determine and use the pigment that is most suited for your desired look, and most of all – make sure that it will be far more superior than the microblading work you were not satisfied with. Correction may also apply to areola repigmentation or hairline microlading. This may require several sessions until you and your artist achieve the best results.

How Does it Feel While Receiving the Treatment?

Each client experiences varying levels of discomfort during the procedure. It depends on the individual’s pain tolerance and skin sensitivity. In general, clients only feel little to moderate pain. Remember that even though treatments using similar microblading techniques create micro incisions, – they only get to the outer or superficial layers of the skin.

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Preparing for Your Enhancement:

  • Expect to be at the studio for 2.5 to 3 hours – Some appointments can take shorter or longer, depending on individual circumstances.
  • For eyebrow enhancements: Avoid eyebrow tinting, waxing, tweezing or threading at least 7 days prior to your appointment.
  • Other enhancements like BB Glow: Avoid visiting tanning beds and receiving other skin treatments at least a week before your enhancement.
  • Consult with your physician regarding the hold of blood-thinning medications, which should not be taken three days prior to your appointment.
  • Avoid consuming caffeine as well as any sort of supplements like Ibuprofen, Aspirin, Vitamin E, fish oil supplements, and Niacin at least 24 hours prior to your appointment.

Aftercare & Maintenance:

  • Your artist will provide you with a list of aftercare instructions and discuss your follow-up appointments.
  • It’s important to clean the brow or treatment area with the recommended aftercare products in the first 4 hours after your procedure and follow the cleaning method and schedule stated in the aftercare kit.
  • Avoid excessive sun exposure and using tanning beds, engaging in sports, excersise and activities that cause intense sweating, as well as long-distance travels for the first three weeks to maximize healing.
  • On average, full healing occurs between 6 and 8 weeks. *varies per individual
  • Touchups are recommended every 6 to 12 months. Some may require more frequent touchups, as frequent as every 3 months.
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Pricing is determined during your required consultation ($50).


How do you correct previous microblading work done on my brows?

If you are unsatisfied with the color or shape of your tattooed or microbladed brows, your artist can do a correction procedure by first drawing a brand-new shape that is most flattering for your face then determine the best color that matches the overall look that you want. They will then perform the eyebrow enhancement that will best cover the old permanent makeup work. In most cases, this will be microshading or a combination of techniques.

Do I need to have previous permanent makeup or microblading work done removed completely before you can perform a correction?

Depending on how deep the ink has gone under your skin, we may recommend that you get pigment lightening done first before your artist can lay out your new look. Read more about pigment lightening here.

Can you cover new scars that occurred on my previous or newly done micrblading work?

Yes. We’ve had clients come in for correction and at the same time, who are wanting to cover scars around their microbladed brows. Your previous PMU as well as the scar must have healed enough before we can cover the scar. Have post-surgical scars? See how you can cover surgery-related scars here.

Do I need touchups after the correction procedure?

Since getting a correction is almost like receiving a new PMU treatment, touchups may be required to achieve the best results. After the first touchup session, your artist will discuss whether or not you need to come in for further touchups.