The best candidate for microblading is normal to dry skin. If you have more oily skin and larger pores, the finished results might appear softer and more powdery looking.
If you have had your brows previously tattooed at a deeper level with the use of a gun, you may not be a candidate for microblading.
If so, you may not be a candidate.
Due to the complications of this skin type, you are not a candidate for brow microblading.
To err on the side of caution, it is not recommended that you have this service.
If so, you are legally allowed to give your consent for the microblading service.
You are not able to have the microblading service unless it has been over a year since your last dose of Accutane.
We cannot perform a microblade semi-permanent tattoo on freshly tanned or sunburned skin. You will need to wait at least 30 days since your last tanning session to schedule your appointment.
Since there is a higher risk for bleeding and excessive bleeding hinders the final result, you do not qualify for the service unless you have written permission from your doctor that you can be off blood thinners.
You are a candidate. However, you will need stop the use of these types of products near the brow area at least two weeks prior to having your brows microbladed.
It must be at least 60 days since your last chemical peel and you cannot get a chemical peel for at least 60 days after. All chemical peels after you receive your new brows should not be performed on or near the brow area as this can dramatically lighten the tattoo.
As with any type of tattoo, it is recommended to avoid pools, salt water and extreme sun exposure for at least two weeks following your appointment.
If so, you are not a candidate.
You are a candidate, however, the scarred area may not take the pigment.
This can affect natural brow placement. Consultation is advised.
You must not have botox at least 2 weeks prior to your microblade appointment and not get botox at least 30 days after.
The less hair the brow area has, the more two dimensional the overall look is going to be. It is possible you may have to have more than two sessions to achieve your desired result. If there is even a little hair, it adds to the 3D effect of the microbladed brow; giving a more natural look.
Either of these conditions will adversely affect the skin's receptivity of the pigment. Therefore, you would not be a good candidate for microblading.