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When should you book your color boost?
Everyone’s skin is different, as is the healing and fading process. Therefore, no guarantee can be made that a specific client will benefit the same as another from this procedure and there is no specific time when you will need your color boost.
The pigment is at its brightest for 9 to 12 months, lasting up to 24 months on the fairest, dryest skin. It will eventually fade mostly away if you do not maintain touch-ups. Pixelblading can often be a longer lasting result than microblading and shading can also affect the longevity.
Other factors include:
Oily skin: Increased oil production can cause hair strokes to bur and heal lighter and powdery.
Smoking: Smokers may notice that their brows will fade faster.
Anemia and iron deficiency: Your body will absorb iron based pigments more quickly.
Sun Exposure: Increase exposure to the sun will cause premature fading. You will want to use a sunscreen.
Age and Metabolism: The faster your metabolism the faster the pigment will fade.
I recommend taking a look at your brows in intervals; 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, and 18 months. When they have faded to a point that you think they could use a boost BUT HAVE NOT COMPLETELY FADED OFF, it's time to schedule your boost. If it has been more than 18 months and they have completely faded, it may require a new session. Please reach out to me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I'm happy to help you decide.
Another thing to consider is the difference in cost for each time period. Please visit the permanent brow makeup page for pricing.