More than 50 million people in the United States have at least one autoimmune disease. If you are one of these people, you may struggle with the side effects of your autoimmune disease. One common side effect is hair loss. Hair loss can affect an individual’s confidence, but microblading is here to help!
Autoimmune diseases can be caused by everything from your genetics to your environment. There are over 80 different conditions considered autoimmune disorders, and each disorder affects an individual differently. Several autoimmune diseases can cause hair loss, including psoriasis, Crohn’s disease, Graves’ disease, Hashimoto’s disease, lupus, and alopecia. If you have any of these conditions, and you are experiencing hair loss, microblading can be the solution you are looking for.
Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that involves the application of pigments to the brow area. These pigments are tiny and hair-like, making them appear as natural as possible. These pigments can replace the hair you are losing, helping your brows look more full and symmetrical. This can also improve your confidence if your hair loss is affecting your self-esteem. Because microblading looks so natural, some individuals may not even be able to tell you are losing hair or you received the treatment.
The results of microblading can last for one year or longer. This is because the pigments are applied deep enough into the skin where they cannot be wiped off, but not deep enough to be permanent (like a tattoo). Microblading is an excellent option for individuals who do not want to commit to one brow shape for the rest of their lives. Microblading is also excellent for people who want to wake up every day with perfect eyebrows. Microblading does not require makeup, waxing, or threading.
If you want to receive microblading to help with your hair loss, get in touch with Flash Brows by Heather Gordon. You can book your appointment on our website or you can give us a call at 972-804-4555. We look forward to working with you soon!