Everyone wants fuller, even and more natural-looking eyebrows. However, it seems as if only a handful of us are born with effortlessly perfect brows. Instead of spending 10 minutes (or more) filling your own in every morning, eyebrow microblading is a great way to get long-lasting results without the hassle! Dr. Gregory Roche and his team perform this permanent makeup service on many clients and have been giving women the brows they’ve always wanted. While this tattooing process of hair-like strokes can change the way that women do their makeup each day, it’s important to note that it is not for everyone. Read on to see a few of the skin conditions that should not be microbladed upon to determine if you’re a candidate for this procedure!
Chronic Acne – Acne makes skin irritable and easily able to bleed. It also is accompanied by excess oil produced by the skin, which means that microblading strokes would be blurred together and the desired look wouldn’t be able to be reached. Accutane users must wait a year after finishing their medication for the skin to heal and become able to be microbladed.
Eczema – This skin condition causes shedding, rough skin texture and easy bleeding, meaning skin won’t retain the pigment deposited.
Psoriasis – Patients with psoriasis have skin in a continuous state of unrest, meaning there isn’t a steady foundation to microblade upon.
Deep Wrinkles, Moles, Piercings and More – Any sort of raised or uneven skin in and around the eyebrows makes it difficult to microblade, therefore results will not be consistent.
For more information on the microblading process and to see if you’re a good candidate, contact Dr. Gregory Roche’s office today!