Eyebrows are every man and woman’s asset to beauty and confidence. Eyebrows speak louder than words as they say. No wonder why brows-related trends such as Microblading are exploding these days. Microblading has gained a tremendous amount of popularity in just a short period of time.
For beauty enthusiasts, microblading is the technique to shape and still natural-looking brows. The idea of this procedure might cause you to picture Southpark- or Angry Birds-like brows, but in reality, microblading produces fine, natural-looking results. It has been so popular because it gives an authentic and fuller hair impression. People with naturally sparse brows can have a bit of trouble creating brows on point with makeup since it can easily melt off due to perspiration and can look less natural. But because it’s a semi-permanent procedure, microblading can last through time and endure day to day activities.
Although known to be a semi-permanent procedure, complications linked to it may be permanent. That is why it is crucial to consider these factors:
- Does your salon have a good reputation? Has it been in the beauty business for long?
- Is your brow specialist certified and licensed? Is he/she skilled and trained by a distinguished academy such as World Microblading?
- Are tools and supplies to be used of high-quality?
- Is attention to hygiene observed by your salon and your brow specialist?
Microblading can be very expensive, so be critical as to whom you decide to invest your money with!
The most frequent concern we get from our clients is if microblading prevents hair growth later on? While it sounds like a hair removal technique, microblading is actually used to increase the appearance of eyebrows hair. It’s understandable when our clients get worried about the idea of microblading… It’s a tattoo and can be costly anyway.
Surprisingly, it is the opposite. Microblading is known to be the newest drift in the fight against hair loss. However, take note that it does not increase hair count or add thickness to thinning hair. The procedure does not encourage new hair growth nor prevent progressive hair loss.
Microblading procedure will neither prevent nor encourage future hair loss in the brow area. It will not mess up your natural hair’s ability to regrow. Microblading artists draw very fine, hair-like strokes using a hand-held tool and, since the manual process allows for precision, only the areas with thin hair are targeted.
For clients with a health condition such as alopecia, it’s recommended to check with a medical professional before going through with microblading. If you decide to go for it, though, get ready for 24/7 brows-on-fleek!
To get professional service from premier microblading specialists, contact us at 888-508-8303 or visit www.worldmicroblading.com.