Are You A Microblading Candidate?
Microblading has quickly become a popular trend for shortening your daily beauty routine. Microblading means no more fighting with your brow pencil or brow gel every morning, and no more bad brow days! If you weren’t blessed with beautiful, full brows like Lily Collins or Cara Delevingne, you may be considering microblading. While there are many people you may know getting their brows microbladed, not everyone is a good candidate.
Here at The Pink Door, we want to give our clients the safest and most successful procedure by ensuring you are a good candidate during our consultation. What does it mean to be a good candidate? Find out below!
Who is a good candidate?
Microblading is not recommended for those who are or have the following:
We love all you soon-to-be mothers out there! Risk of an infection is the main concern with microblading during pregnancy. The risk is small, but the safety of your baby is important to us, therefore we decide not to microblade on pregnant women.
Excessive bleeding can cause disruption in the microblading process. What makes microblading successful is the natural look it gives by carefully stroking each brow hair individually. Bleeding will cause the pigment to smudge and look solid. This is not the effect we want to achieve with microblading.
The photos below show how the individual stokes mimic the hairs on your eyebrows, making the finished product look natural.
When getting a procedure done, there is a risk of seizure before, during or after. In order to ensure your safety, we do not work on clients who have epilepsy.
Major Heart Problems
Microblading is similar to a tattoo in the sense that the skin is being pierced and ink is being inserted. There is a small chance of infections whenever getting a procedure done. Even though the chances are very slim, this may cause problems for your heart condition.
- Chronic Acne
Sick or Ill
Your body will be trying to fight your cold and heal your brows at the same time. This may cause a delay in the healing process and may not have the best results. Plus, we just want to keep sickness out of the studio! Nicole will be sitting very close to you for an hour or more, so please try to keep Nicole healthy! If you end up being sick on the day of your appointment, it’s best to reschedule.
Excessive bleeding may occur if you are or have any of the above.
All of this can be discussed at your initial consultation meeting with Nicole. It is important to ensure your safety and the success of the procedure that we make sure you are a good candidate!
If you have more questions or are ready to start your microblading journey with Nicole, check out our Contact Page.
Find pricing and more information about The Pink Door Microblading here.