People who haven’t had their eyebrows microbladed before might be nervous of how it could turn out.
One potential problem is that the microblading can take on an odd colour, such as a purple or even green hue.
Suman Jalaf of Suman Brows told Refinery29: "There are a few reasons why it might happen. Usually, it’s a case of cheap pigments being used or not using the pigment correctly, for example, when one pigment needs to be mixed with another shade of pigment to get the right colour for the client outcome. It might work in the short term, but mixing pigment incorrectly can lead to discolouration."
If a beautician applies the colour too deeply this can also cause problems as the colour doesn’t sit where it is supposed to and can ‘blur’ under the skin. Getting an experienced technician to carry yours out should avoid this particular problem.
However, it is also possible for poor treatment of the microbladed areas to cause the colour to fade or change. Certain skin types and tones may be more prone to this problem, and a good consultant should warn you of this. Also, aftercare of the area is important to maintain the depth of the tone.
In order to make sure you get the best possible outcome from your microblading session, get in touch with us to find out what would work best for your skin and hair. Get in touch now to ensure you are on fleek for your Christmas parties.