Thick eyebrows are the current trend. If you have thinning eyebrows, you may be interested in achieving more full brows to keep up with the current styles. There are a variety of reasons why eyebrows may become thinner, but there are also a variety of quick and easy fixes to get the full brows you desire.
Would you ever consider getting a scalp tattoo as a permanent solution for hair loss? Well, you wouldn’t be alone if you did. This new way of addressing hair loss does not require a repetitive application of bizarre products or ingesting anything unusual. It’s a simple procedure; not unlike getting a tattoo.
Microblading may seem like one of the newest trends in the makeup world, but it’s been around for a long time. Of course, microblading physically transforms your brows, but microblading is more than just a physical transformation. This semi-permanent makeup treatment can transform the lives of people with certain conditions.
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!
Hair loss can be caused by a lot of things, including hormonal imbalances. If you are experiencing a hormonal imbalance and losing brow hairs as a result, you can consider microblading. Microblading can help you achieve symmetrical and full brows, which can boost your confidence, even if your hormonal imbalance is causing you to lose hair.
We all lose hair every single day. People can shed as much as 100 hairs per day across their entire scalp. For most people, these hairs are replaced over time. However, for those with thyroid disease, these hairs are replaced much slower, if at all. If you are experiencing hair loss due to thyroid disease, or another medical problem, microblading is the answer!