What you should know about microblood, if you have sensitive skin

When I went to the studio Bubble Gum Studio Piret Aava to first get my microbulatory eyebrows, I immediately felt comfortable. Forget that I was only a few minutes from putting new bows in my head, a comfortable sofa, the fragrant smell of coffee and the happy smile of Aava, Colgate White assured me and assured me that I had nothing to fear. Soon I would be the owner of full eyebrows at Kara Delevinn and Lily Collins.
Aava, also known professionally as Dr. Brow, is an artist and is often referred to as one of the best microblogging artists in the forehead. Despite the ultrasensitive skin due to the genetic condition with which I was born, the whole process of microblocking proved almost painless and did not leave the surrounding skin itchy or irritated, except for the expected redness. To my surprise, it took only 30 minutes. After cleaning and pouring the area, Aava cut out microscopic hair-like features on the drawing that she drew for my eyebrows, which, she said, was based on the shape of my face and the curvature of the natural of my caterpillars.

All this means that if you have sensitive skin like me, you can go through a microbusiness course. You do not need to worry about making eyebrows, because with a small amount of TLC (like good preliminary training and follow-up) and your doctor’s approval, you can also reach the coveted bows found on the Instagram feed. Scroll down my results and Microblading tips for sensitive skin dermatologists and eyebrow physician.
Microblading for sensitive skin before and after
So my eyebrows looked before and after the procedure. The second picture was taken in just 20 minutes, and the redness dissipated until this moment.

 

1. First, talk to your artist (and your doctor).
In addition to your doctor’s advice, which you must do first with any procedure of beauty similar to this, you also need to contact your microblogged artist in advance. So they know about your skin type and can adapt the experience to your needs. (Meaning: you may need an extra ointment later, or maybe a fresh compress to soothe excessive inflammation.) Also, do not forget to know exactly what is happening on your skin, if it proves that you are sensitive. “If you have skin that reacts easily to foods, you should discuss it with your microblogged artist, because people can have reactions to ink, etc.” says Sejal Shah, dermatologist and founder of Smarter Skin Dermatology in New York, In New York.
A typical example: if your artist knows your situation, he can better take care of you and set up the procedure. So do not be afraid to talk.

2. Prepare the area.
If you see a respected artist, there is a great opportunity that they will take care of cleaning the entire area of ​​the eyebrows in advance. But experts warn that it will never be painful to be ready. “Dirt, oil and bacteria on the skin can cause infection and inflammation after surgery, so thorough cleaning is important,” said Joshua Zeichner, head of cosmetic and clinical research at Mount Sinai Hospital. New York. “Your beautician will do it, but get ready at home.”
This means using a mild detergent (we like Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser) or your exfoliating exfoliator as the winner of Best of Beauty, to make sure that the area gets rid of dirt or dead skin cells. Zeichner also notes that you want to make sure that you are using a cleanser that does not violate the integrity of your skin barrier. “It’s important to cleanse the skin, but do not get rid of essential oils that help maintain a healthy skin barrier,” he says.
Microblading immediately after
As you can see, my forehead was very angry after the procedure.

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