Microblading is an exciting new advancement in the beauty world. Finally, women and men can have a semi-permanent procedure to give their eyebrows the fullness and shape that they’ve always wanted. Because microblading is fairly new, there’s not a lot of public knowledge around who should have microblading done. Well, we’re here to give it to you straight!
Microblading Oily Skin
Oily skin is not an uncommon problem for many people. For those who use eyebrow pencils or brushes, they often have to search for certain products that work with their skin type. Microblading is completely safe for people with oily skin. The only thing that they have to accommodate is microblading aftercare. Most people, after getting microblading done, need to make sure the area is moisturized. In this case, those with oily skin don’t necessarily have to worry about finding lotion or ointment.
Alopecia is a condition in which hair falls out in patches, which sometimes come together to create bald spots. Not only does this affect the hair on the top of one’s head, but it can also affect the eyebrows and eyelashes. Microblading is an easy and effective way for people with alopecia to restore color, shape, and the general appearance of their eyebrows. With our careful and artistic technique at Skin by Sarah, our realistic strokes will create the perfect set of natural-looking eyebrows.
Microblading While Nursing
Microblading while nursing or pregnant is generally not advised. This is because, if not properly maintained, an infection could arise, threatening the baby. Additionally, microblading while pregnant is not advised because the body changes throughout and after pregnancy. The results you see immediately after the procedure may not look the same six months after you’ve given birth.
A lot of people with red hair wonder if their cosmetic tattoo will be able to accommodate their eyebrow hair color. Since having too light of eyebrows is a common problem for redheads (and not many eyebrow pencils don’t get the colors right) microblading is a wonderful solution. At Skin by Sarah we are often microblading redheads, with a variety of red and orange ink available, and are especially skilled at dealing with sensitive skin.
Microblading and Thyroid Medication
Certain medications may have an impact on the results of microblading. Those who are taking thyroid medication during a microblading treatment have noted that it results in less color and pigment hold. They will likely need more frequent microblading to maintain the same results. If you take thyroid medications, such as Levothyroxine, you should consult your doctor before moving forward with a microblading procedure.
Microblading is a wonderful beauty enhancement for people from all walks of life. If you’re unsure whether microblading is for you, our team at Skin by Sarah is always available to answer your questions or address any concerns you may have. Our goal is to completely create your vision for the perfect eyebrows and, with years of success and experience under our belt, we can confidently say that we are consistently reaching our goal. Call (760) 349-7159 to contact us today!