Why Microblading Is a Bad Idea

Debunking common concerns and introducing Paradise Cosmetics' quality approach

Microblading has gained popularity as a solution to achieve perfect eyebrows. However, it's crucial to understand that not all microblading procedures are created equal. While bad microblading can lead to negative outcomes, at Paradise Cosmetics, we are perfectionists. Here, we will address some common concerns about Microblading and explain why choosing the right artists can make all the difference.

  1. Can Microblading Cause Cancer?

A common misconception, but rest assured, there is no scientific evidence linking Microblading to cancer. Microblading is a cosmetic procedure similar to getting a tattoo. The pigments used are typically made of iron oxides and do not contain harmful chemicals associated with cancer risk.

  1. Can Microblading Be Removed?

Yes, while Microblading is considered semi-permanent, meaning it fades over time, there are methods for removing or lightening the pigment. Techniques such as laser removal and saline solution treatments can help to break down and fade the pigment, allowing for adjustments or corrections if necessary.  At Paradise Cosmetics, we provide Saline Removal services.

  1. Will Microblading Fade?

Yes, Microblading pigments are designed to gradually fade over months or years. Factors like sun exposure, skincare routine, and individual skin characteristics can affect the longevity of Microbladed eyebrows. Regular touch-ups after 1-2 years are recommended to maintain the desired results.

  1. Which Microblading Pigment Is the Best?

At Paradise Cosmetics, we prioritize safety and quality. We use only high-quality, hypoallergenic (and very expensive) pigments that have been extensively tested to ensure they are safe for the skin and yield natural-looking results, guaranteed no discolouration. Discoloration happens when artists use cheaper pigments that contain heavy metals.

      5. Who Does Microblading?

Microblading should be performed by a certified and experienced professional. At Paradise Cosmetics, our artists have undergone rigorous training and have extensive experience in Microblading techniques, as well as, years of experience as a Tattoo Artist. By choosing a reputable and skilled artist, you reduce the risk of potential complications and ensure the best possible outcome.

      6. When Microblading Goes Wrong

When Microblading is not done properly, it can lead to discolouration (I'm sure you've seen those pink, purple or even orange brows out there), scarring, pre-mature or irregular fading, terrible shaping, migration, reactions & infections to say the least. This is why it is essential to do thorough research before choosing a Microblading artist. At Paradise Cosmetics, we focus on achieving natural, flattering results; enhancing your natural brows.

      7. How Microblading Is Done

Microblading involves a meticulous process of mapping and measuring the eyebrows to create a customized shape according to the client's facial features. A fine, sterile blade is used to create tiny incisions in the skin, and pigment is applied to these incisions to mimic eyebrow hairs. The procedure is relatively painless, and a numbing cream is applied to ensure client comfort.

If you have been considering this procedure, but are too scared to take the leap, please contact us to set up a free consultation where we can provide personalised information for your brows.

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