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Eyebrow Microblading Multiple Choice (Continuing Education)

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Eyebrow Microblading Multiple Choice

What is microblading?
  1. Microblading is a form of exercise.
  2. Microblading is a form of tattoo artistry where pigment is implanted under your skin with a manual tool.
  3. MIcroblading is a new technique used in hair design.
  4. Microblading is a form of cabinet making.
How often do you require touch ups?
  1. Every 6 months
  2. Every week
  3. Every 2 years
  4. Every other week
How long can microblading last?
  1. 2 years depending on the client and proper care
  2. 6 months
  3. Up to 3 years depending on the client and proper care
  4. 1.5 years depending on the client and proper care
What will happen if you use alcohol, retinol, or aspirin before your treatment?
  1. Your skin and blood can become thin causing you to bleed more.
  2. You will pass out during the procedure.
  3. You could die during the procedure.
  4. You will feel nautious during the procedure.
Is the treatment painful?
  1. Very painful
  2. Virtually painless
  3. No feeling
  4. Relaxing
Brows will look slightly darker at first then they will fade to a lighter color.
  1. False
  2. True
  3. They will only fade if you scrub them.
  4. They will only fade if you use a thick cream.
Mild swelling and light redness is
  1. a sign of bad equipment.
  2. a sign of an allergic reaction.
  3. not normal after treatments.
  4. normal after treatments.
You must protect newly bladed brows from
  1. all moisture.
  2. touching your fingers.
  3. children.
  4. mirrors.
Microblading is an alternative to
  1. surgery.
  2. brow pencils.
  3. paint.
  4. lipstick.
Microblading is
  1. an investment.
  2. expensive.
  3. cheap.
  4. unhealthy.
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