To avoid brow tattoos from turning grayish, it's important to follow these tips.

No one wants to walk around with gray brows on their face. And I feel terrible when I see it. It's not always the fault of the brow artist, it could be your skin tone, skin type or aftercare maintenance. You can get a touch up from your artist to warm up and refreshen your tattoo if you do see your brows turning. 

But in the meanwhile, these are best practices to follow to keep your brows looking as beautiful as the day you received them. 

1. Choose the right color: Work with a professional tattoo artist to select a pigment color that matches your natural hair color. Over time, certain colors may fade to a grayish tone, so opting for a color close to your hair shade can prevent this.

2. Protect from sun exposure: Sun exposure can cause pigments to fade and change in color. To prevent your brow tattoo from turning gray, apply sunscreen daily and wear a hat or sunglasses when exposed to direct sunlight.

3. Use gentle skincare products: Harsh skincare products with exfoliating ingredients can fade tattoo pigments faster. Opt for gentle products to prolong the lifespan of your brow tattoo's color.

4. Avoid chlorine and saltwater: Chlorine in pools and saltwater can also cause the tattoo pigments to fade or change color. Try to avoid prolonged exposure to these substances, especially in the healing process after getting a brow tattoo.

5. Schedule touch-ups: Like any tattoo, brow tattoos require touch-ups to maintain their vibrancy. Regular touch-ups can ensure the color stays true and prevents it from appearing gray.

By following these tips and maintaining regular touch-ups, you can help prevent your brow tattoo from turning grayish and keep it looking fresh.

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