There’s no doubt that microblading has been a big beauty trend this year, with celebrities such as Serena Williams undergoing the procedure and showing off the results.
If you’re undergoing microblading training in Manchester, you may well have a good understanding of the procedure, but what should you tell potential clients? Good Housekeeping has recently highlighted a number of things you need to be aware of before deciding whether microblading is right for you.
One of the most important things to figure out is whether it’s appropriate for you. The magazine points out that there are a number of conditions that could mean microblading isn’t as effective, and therefore not the best way to enhance your brows.
Those who suffer from eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and rosacea, among other conditions, may not be the best candidates for microblading.
It’s also important for people to understand that the results aren’t permanent, with regular treatments required to ensure the brows stay looking sharp.
You should also make sure that you prepare your clients for the fact that microbladed brows can look “especially bold” straight after a treatment. Speaking to the publication, Kler Rosenberg, owner of Brow & Beauty Bar in Boca Raton in Florida, said: “They fade in about a week or two.”
If you want to see how microblading can make a difference to your appearance, check out Serena Williams, who now has fuller brows thanks to the technique. Hollywood beauty specialist Piret Aava is reportedly responsible for her new look, and explained that microblading is an investment as it can last for several years and save you time on your makeup routine.