What To Do About A Bad Eyebrow Tattoo



In recent years, permanent makeup has become increasingly popular. When done correctly, a permanent makeup tattoo can help highlight a person's natural beauty while saving them the time and hassle of applying the same eyeliner, brow powder, or other cosmetics each day.

One especially popular form of permanent makeup is known as microblading; this process involves using permanent pigment to shape and define a person's brows. Unfortunately, the results aren't always so great.

Common Causes of Bad Eyebrow Tattoos

So, what makes an eyebrow tattoo "bad"? One of the most common issues is poor shaping or asymmetrical shaping, where one brow looks thicker or more defined than the other. Poor color choice can also make microbladed brows look unnatural or exaggerated.

In some cases, the brow tattoo may have started off looking decent enough—but poor quality pigment may have faded over time.

What Can You Do About a Bad Eyebrow Tattoo?

If you had your eyebrows microbladed and are not happy with the results, the good news is that you have options. By finding a microblading expert with plenty of experience, you can correct your eyebrow tattoos and regain the confidence you desire.

The first thing you'll need to do is to schedule a consultation with a microblading professional. He or she will be able to determine whether any of your existing tattoos will need to be removed using laser technology. In some cases, smaller corrections may be made without the need for removal.

If any existing tattoo removal is needed, keep in mind that you will typically need to wait about eight weeks for the treated skin to heal before any additional microblading can be done. Your microblading professional will be able to come up with a game plan that best suits your needs and will provide you with the best possible results.

Our Microblading Team is Here to Help!

Dealing with bad eyebrow tattoos can really put a damper on your self-esteem—but it doesn't have to. There are plenty of ways to correct a bad microblading experience, as long as you have the patience. The key is finding the right permanent beauty expert to assist you through the process.

At Washington Microblading, our experienced, knowledgeable, and friendly team has helped many people correct their bad eyebrow tattoos—and we'd be happy to assist you! Or quality pigments are known to last up to two years, and we take a lot of pride in our ability to enhance your natural brows while playing off your best facial features.

Schedule your consultation with our team today by calling (360) 214-1666 or book online! We look forward to helping you regain your confidence through an amazing microblading experience.

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