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Is your client a good candidate for microblading?

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It is so important to go over a few key things with your clients before officially booking a microblading appointment.

Educating yourself and your client on the contraindications of microblading is vital so you do not risk damage to your clients skin or health.

 

@kbbeautyaz

 

Some of the most popular contraindications include:

 

Cancer- must be in full remission (Dr's note required)

 

Diabetes- must be controlled and stable (you should consult with your client about any blood thinning medication that they may be on and Dr's note is suggested if you are unsure)

 

Blood clotting abnormalities- case by case basis (Dr's note is suggested if you are unsure)

 

Keloid scarring- case by case basis (in most cases, this is not a concern, even if they keloid scaring on other parts of their body- usually this does not apply to their brow area)

 

Herpes- cannot have active breakouts on face

 

Skin disease or condition- consult with client (if unsure have them consult with their doctor)

 

Psoriasis/ Eczema / Acne- brow region must be clear and unaffected

 

Pregnant/nursing- Dr's note required

 

 

*Accutane*- Must be off of it for at least 1 year before booking a microblading appt

 

Going over contraindications, having great technique and using only the BEST microblading products can help make sure that you achieve beautiful healed results!

 

 

Healed results using our products:

 

 

 

 

Products used: Ash #109 & Blonde #110
@berburybrows

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Products used: Darkest Brown #114, Madluvv Mapping Tools &
@thebeautyloftnwi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Products used: Medium Brown (3/4) & Brunette (1/4), Madluvv Mapping Tools & Classic 18U Blade
@thebeautyloftnwi

 

 

 

 

 

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