Am I A Good Candidate For Microblading San Diego?
By PhiBrows Certified Microblading Artist Amanda White
Microblading San Diego – Eyebrows are the most noticeable and defining feature of your face. Consequently, perfectly coiffed brows have become the focal point of trending beauty techniques. Whether you prefer thick, bold brows or delicate, arched, and precise, it seems that everyone’s current obsession is making sure their “brow game” is on point.
But what do you do if you don’t have model level brows like Jessica Alba or Kendall Jenner? Are you forever trapped in the fashion faux pas of sparse, patchy, and asymmetrical eyebrows? Will you have to use a pencil to fill them in every day? Terrified that with one wrong move you’ll wipe away your brows?
Enter: Microblading San Diego. DFW Microblading of Murrieta and Temecula offers the solution that allows you to wake up with natural, beautiful, effortless eyebrows every single sunny San Diego day.
You Must Be Wondering, “Is microblading right for me?”
Finding the right artist is critical. Microblading San Diego is a form of permanent makeup. It is worth the extra drive to see Amanda White a PhiBrows certified microblading artist.
Just as important is to determine whether your skin is ready to be microbladed. Many factors help determine if your skin is prepared for Microblading in San Diego. Your age, sensitivity, condition, and quality of your skin, all help to establish if you should have your brows microbladed.
Pre-existing skin conditions and recent skin treatments can affect the success of microblading. Before you book your appointment, read on to find out if microblading San Diego is for you.
Skin Complications – If your skin is prone to complications or you live with chronic skin conditions, you should probably avoid microblading. Some complications and conditions that mean you should likely avoid microblading in San Diego are:
Eczema, Psoriasis, Keratosis Pilaris, Dermatitis, Chronic Acne, and Rosacea.
Additionally, you should stop certain medications and treatments before receiving microblading San Diego. They include:
Accutane/Retin-A, Retinol, Vitamin A, and Latisse – Eyelash and eyebrow growth serum.
OTHER CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE MICROBLADING SAN DIEGO
Botox– If you are planning on getting Botox, be sure to have your Microblading in San Diego done BEFOREHAND. If you regularly receive botox treatments, you will need to wait at least three weeks after botox before visiting Amanda White, PhiBrows certified microblading artist at DFW Microblading of Murrieta and Temecula.
Vacation– microblading is a form of permanent makeup or eyebrow tattoo. It is a mild injury to the skin that takes time to heal. If you are planning to go on holiday in the sun, or just hit up PB after getting microblading San Diego, make sure you give your skin two weeks to heal after microblading at DFW Microblading Murrieta Temecula.
Get Ready To Throw Away Your Eyebrow Pencil For Good!
If you’re ready for the best microblading San Diego, it is important to know that the results of your permanent makeup, eyebrow tattoo will be based on the health and quality of your skin. Results will vary from person to person, as everyone’s skin is different. Like any procedure, every person is unique, and as such, will react differently. If all checks out and your skin is in good condition, you can start researching the best artists near you or check us out here.