Does microblading suitable for everyone?
Microblading is a completely safe cosmetic technique. But there are some factors that prevent people from using this method. These factors prioritize the health of individuals.
- You’ve previously experienced severe reactions to cosmetics or tattoo inks.
This is an indication that you may be allergic to the materials and instruments used in the microblading procedure. If you have an experience of these responses, you should request a patch test from your specialist. And that is where your specialist applies a little amount of pigment to one conspicuous spot and then waits 24 hours to observe the results. If the healing process continues normally, you can proceed with the procedure.
- If you are pregnant or feeding your baby
Microblading cannot be done if you are pregnant. This is due to a number of factors. The first is a higher risk of infection. Our bodies are extremely susceptible to illness during pregnancy. This should be reduced whenever feasible for the benefit of mother and baby, which includes postponing your microblading operation.
- You’re under the age of eighteen.
Microblading, like all other forms of micropigmentation, is governed by tattooing legislation. As a result, most countries will demand that you be at least 18 years old and have a valid identification card.
- You have rare diseases such as diabetes or anemia
Before taking any action if you have one of these disorders, you should visit a doctor.
- If you have sunburn, scars or acne in the eyebrow area
If you have skin irregularities in your brow area, you must wait for them to heal completely before proceeding with the microblading treatment.