If you suffer from alopecia, you may be interested in microblading. Alopecia comes in several different forms, and some of these forms cause hair loss. For some, hair loss can take a toll on self-esteem. If you are experiencing a lack of confidence, microblading might be for you.
Hair loss can happen to women for a variety of reasons. Some of these reasons include menopause and chemotherapy. In addition to seeking medical treatment for your hair loss, you can also receive microblading. If you are losing hair on your brow bone, microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that enhances the tint and shape of eyebrows.
Rather than using makeup, which can be time-consuming and expensive, you can receive microblading to replace your hair loss. Microblading uses a tiny blade to add hair-like strokes of pigment to the brow area. The pigments are applied deep enough to the skin that they can last for years, but not so deep that they are permanent. This is ideal for individuals who are afraid of permanent eyebrows but want a long-term solution for their alopecia.
When receiving the microblading treatment, you can work alongside a professional artist to determine which brow color and shape are most ideal for you. Your artist knows exactly how to create brows that are natural in appearance and flattering for your face shape.
If you think microblading is a solution for your alopecia, you can reach out to Flash Brows by Heather Gordon. We can help you achieve the eyebrows of your dreams. To learn more about our microblading procedure or to schedule your appointment, give us a call at 972-804-4555. We are located at Mattison Avenue Salon Suites in Room 137 at 7777 Warren Parkway in Frisco, and we hope to see you here soon!