So Correction Options
If only slight changes are needed, Colour Correction would be our first choice. This is only suitable where the treatment does not contain too much of the old pigment. Colour correction can take several treatments, it is not necessarily a quick fix.
Our second option would be to use a Salt Saline Solution.
Our needles cause a slight trauma to the skin, pushing the saline solution into the area at the same time. This causes the skin to re heal, and whilst doing so, it will push out some of the old pigment out to the surface of the skin, in the form of a scab. This again, can take several sessions, but is effective in most cases.
The Moral of the Story
There are more and more “So called” Technicians and “Microblading Experts” out there with too little experience and skills, some qualifying after only a 2 day course would you believe! Lets face it, would you let someone cut your hair who had only trained for 2 days? Of course not! Hopefully legislation will soon be in place to make sure Permanent Makeup and Microblading is properly regulated and Technicans undergo full apprenticships. In the meantime choose your technician wisely because corrective work will cost you far more than the treatment you originally had.