There is no definitive answer to this one – it is dependent on many factors, such as:
• the pigment used – darker pigments i.e. black and very dark brown last a lot longer than lighter shades.
• The density of pigment – i.e. a treatment that has been reinforced with a second adjustment appointment will usually be longer lasting
• Environmental factors such as exposure to UV light. Tanning and not using sun protection will fade microbladings faster
• Your health and overall individual physiology – some people retain pigment extremely well
Generally, the treatment is considered permanent; in many cases (especially eyeliner and very dark brows) you will always have some pigment in the skin. A touch-up treatment is recommended every 18-24 months for most microblading treatments