How Dry Brow will help you breeze through the microblading/cosmetic tattoo healing process, and after lamination, tinting & henna:
You never truly realise how often you get your face wet until you’re not allowed to.
Showering: When you can't get a section of your face wet. the daily task of showering can pose a significant inconvenience. You can try and simply keep your face out of the water, however the steam will inevitably get to your brows anyway. You could wear a snorkel mask, however it will fog up and you won’t be able to see what you’re doing. Our best aftercare for microblading, Dry Brow keeps out 100% of water and steam, doesn’t occlude your vision and is so comfortable you won’t even know it’s there! Shower as you normally would without worrying about getting your face wet.
Washing your hair: Whether you wash your hair every day, a couple of times a week or every 10 days, there is eventually going to come a time during the cosmetic tattoo and microblading healing phase when you’re going to have to wash your hair. If you’re using a snorkel mask, the strap will be in the way. If you try without a snorkel mask, you risk water and steam affecting your brows. As many salons suggest, you could go to the hairdresser and get your hair washed over the basin, which is costly and time consuming. You could bother your partner, family member or roommate to wash your hair over the bath. Or you could just stick on Dry Brow's waterproof covers and be done with it, with no damage to your brows!
Cleansing your face: The top half of your face will be very time consuming as you try to navigate around the brows with a wipe or wash cloth, and forget about removing eye makeup properly during this time… Unless you have Dry Brow, in which case go ahead and wash like you normally would, eyes included!
Applying skincare: Freshly tattooed or laminated brows, or brows just after a henna treatment are particularly vulnerable to active ingredients in skincare. To get the best results from your treatment, make sure to apply Dry Brow covers before applying your skincare to avoid exposing your brows.
Swimming: Swimming in chlorinated or salt water should be avoided while your tattoo is healing or in the first 24 hours after a lamination, tinting or henna treatment. Unless you have Dry Brow! Dry Brow will not only protect your brows from getting wet but also from the salt or chlorine in the water.