Permanent eyebrows procedure is medically called Microblading, this is a great way to fix all your brow problems, but you should be aware of possible risks before you book an appointment. Although this procedure is generally considered relatively safe, there’s always a chance of microblading gone wrong. On top of that, breaking the skin for any purpose can lead to serious consequences. So if you’re thinking about getting your brows microbladed, there are a few things to consider.
The primary reason some people are reluctant to get their brows microbladed is fear of poorly executed brows: uneven, asymmetric arches, needle strokes too long, too short or too thick, unnatural positioning of the arches, blocks of colour rather than hair-like strokes and wrong choice of pigment shade. The depth at which the pigment is injected is also a potential issue, as injecting it too deep will lead to gray or blue undertones once healed. On the other hand, not injecting them deep enough will reduce pigment retention.
Poorly executed brows can lead to a drop in self-confidence and perpetual discomfort. Those affected become more withdrawn and avoid social situations because their brows draw looks from strangers. See below Microblading gone wrong.
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