Microblading can help many different clients regain their eyebrows
Microblading, otherwise known as 3D brows or feathered brows, is revolutionizing the beauty industry. The technique’s ability to craft realistic and long-lasting brows makes the procedure an ideal choice for clients looking to buff up their eyebrow game. For some clients, microblading goes one step further and is more than just a beauty procedure, but a step to getting back part of what they have lost.
As a future microblading professional you have the chance to transform faces. Whatever the reason a client chooses your care, you can rest assured you’re giving them new-found confidence and freedom.
Read on to discover four different client types who can benefit from microblading.
Pros with a Microblading Certificate Can Help Clients Who Suffer From Alopecia
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease which causes hair loss to various areas of the body. Typically, alopecia causes bald patches on the scalp. However, some people can experience hair loss all over their head, including their eyebrows. For clients suffering from alopecia, microbladed eyebrows can give them back something they have lost from their disease.
Once you become a professional with a microblading certificate
you can look forward to creating beautiful eyebrows for clients who can no longer grow their own. Some clients you will work with may have no natural eyebrows left at all. By using your knowledge of face symmetry and eyebrow measuring, you can give clients a brand new set of gorgeous and natural-looking brows.
Pros with a Microblading Certificate Can Create Brows for Victims of Over-Plucking
The effects of over-plucking as a teenager can be felt well into adulthood. Thin eyebrows, bald spots, and patchiness can all be the result of an over-zealous teen with a pair of tweezers. For some, several months of growing out their eyebrows can help fill in the gaps. However, for many clients certain areas of the eyebrow may never grow in again. Fortunately, microblading is a great option to fill in the gaps. After you complete your microblading course
, you will be prepared to create the perfect eyebrow shape for clients who are tired of using an eyebrow pencil to fill in their past plucking mistakes.
Over-plucking as a teenager can lead to bald spots
After Eyebrow Microblading Training, Pros Can Help Clients with Eyebrow Scars
Clients who have a scar running through their eyebrow may find it difficult to cover it up with makeup like pencils and powder. Luckily, as long as a client doesn’t have a Keloid scar, microblading can be used to cover over a scar where natural hair will no longer grow. In many cases, you can’t even tell there was ever a scar once the procedure is done. Your clients will be thanking you for giving them symmetrical eyebrows once again!
After Eyebrow Microblading Training, Pros Can Create Brows for Chemotherapy Patients
Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy experience hair loss throughout the course of their treatment. Although microblading cannot help with scalp hair loss, it is a great option for cancer patients looking to maintain natural-looking eyebrows throughout and after their treatment. Microblading professionals have the training and gift to help women and men feel confident and beautiful again. With the help of your training, you too can help give clients a little extra confidence during a difficult time.
Are you interested in helping these types of clients improve their eyebrows?
Contact Intentional Beauty Institute to learn more about eyebrow microblading training!
Microblading helps chemotherapy patients keep their eyebrows looking good