Everyone deserves to be happy with how they look. For cancer patients who need chemotherapy, these treatments can cause a significant change in their appearance. Microblading can help cancer patients feel more confident.
Microblading is a semi-permanent makeup procedure that involves the application of pigment to the brow area. A small blade with even smaller blades on it is used to apply pigment to the brow area in hair-like strokes that resemble natural eyebrows. Cancer patients who lose their hair may feel more comfortable with their looks when they receive microblading to restore the appearance of their eyebrows.
Mircoblading is best for those who are about to start chemotherapy or those who have completed their treatments. Microblading is never recommended for those currently receiving chemotherapy because the tissue is very sensitive when receiving chemo and the bleeding from microblading can be worse, which heightens the chance of an infection.
Microblading requires two appointments. The first is the initial procedure and the second is a touch-up. If you are planning to receive microblading before chemotherapy, schedule your microblading procedure six to eight weeks prior to your first chemo appointment to make sure you have enough time to have the initial procedure, the touch-up treatment, and time to heal.
For microblading in the Frisco, TX, area, visit Heather James Ink. We are located at 5454 Surrey Path, Suite #202, in Frisco. You can schedule your appointment on our website or you can call us at (972) 804-4555. We look forward to working with you!