Microblading is a technique that creates very fine lines or strokes to replicate the look of real hairs. Manually applied with different types of microblades. The size and thickness of the blades can determine how the hair stroke will look. For a client with excessively oily skin, this technique will result in a soft powder stroke. Dry skin types tend to heal with more crisp defined results.
Microblading is ideal for normal to dry skin types.
MICROBLADING is not recommended for clients who are or have any of the following:
-Pregnant or Nursing -Diabetic -Undergoing Chemotherapy (consult with your doctor) -Viral infections (diseases) -Had botox within a 3 week period of microblading appointment -Had an organ transplant -Epilepsy -Sick with a cold or flu like virus -Used Accutane in the past 6 months -If you have extremely oily skin, the microblading technique is NOT ideal for you as the oil produced will cause your 'hair strokes' to heal much softer with a powder look rather than a defined stroke.