How Long after Microblading Can I Get Botox?

Author Dominic Townsend

Posted May 29, 2022

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Microblading is a cosmetic procedure that involves using a special pen to deposit pigment into the skin in order to create the illusion of fuller, more defined eyebrows. The results of microblading can last anywhere from 6-8 weeks before the pigment begins to fade. After this point, you may opt to have the procedure repeated in order to maintain your desired look.


As for getting botox after microblading, there is no definitive answer. It is generally recommended that you wait at least 2 weeks after microblading before getting botox, as this gives the pigment time to fully set in and also allows any swelling or redness to subside. However, ultimately it is up to you and your own personal preference as to when you get botox after microblading.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Botox make you look older after it wears off?

Looking however old you currently are does not depend on Botox injection but rather on other factors your appearance may be subject to such as age spots, sun damage, expressions and gravity.

How often should you get Botox?

Most people should have Botox injections every four months. But because everybody has a different body, you may need your injections more or less frequently.

What causes Botox to wear off faster?

Stress, cellular damage, and improper use of Botox are all causes of Botox to wear off more quickly.

Does Botox make you look worse after wearing off?

No, Botox does not make you look worse after wearing off. The lines and wrinkles on your face are simply returning to their natural state.

What happens when you stop getting Botox?

The effects of Botox will slowly diminish if you stop using it. Over time, your wrinkles might return at a slightly slower rate than if you had never received the injections.

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