Are You a Candidate


Who is a candidate for microblading?

Any individual wanting to enhance the look of their brows.

Are you pregnant, trying to get pregnant or breastfeed?

You are not a candidate.

Have you had a pre-existing eyebrow tattoo or permanent makeup?

Depending on the current condition, Please send us a photo with no makeup on your eyebrows so we can evaluate.

Do you work out 5+ days a week, with excessive sweating?

Your brows can fade faster.

Have you Juvederm, Botox, Dysport, or any cosmetic face procedure?

I recommend you get microblading first.

Do you have any scars in your brow?

Depending on scar tissue, there is no guarantee the pigment will take.

Do you have a pacemaker/defibrillator?

You are unable to get the procedure done with numbing applied, but still can get the procedure.

Do you have a Mitral Valve or Prolapsed Valve?

Yes, can have with a written approval from your physician.

Are you on blood thinners, have deep wrinkles, natural Redhead, thin-skinned?

Microblading will not implant correctly, result will appear uneven, skin will be hypersensitive.

Have you ever had shingles on your face?

No, permanent makeup will not be performed as the procedure could cause a flare up. If you choose to get the procedure, you must have a physician’s release note.

Do you have trichotillomania (compulsive pulling of body hair) or other skin conditions such as Eczema, Psoriasis, Keratosis, Moles, Dermatitis, Rosacea?

Most of the skin conditions and trichotillomania can cause scar tissue is prominent and pigment could not heal properly on your brows.

Do you severely oily skin & or very large pores on your forehead and brow area?

Hair strokes can possible heal blurrier, solid or not retain at all.

Have you taken Accutane in the past 12 months?

You must be off 12 months prior to receiving a permanent makeup procedure (6 months with a physician’s note).

Are you on thyroid medication?

Your pigment might not take well and fade faster.

Do you have Alopecia (hair loss due to autoimmune disease such as Lupus or Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia)?

Pigment might not retain well and strokes might heal more blurred and blended.

Have you been on Chemotherapy?

You must be off of chemo for 6 months prior to receiving permanent makeup. This requires a written approval from your physician.

Do you have Diabetes?

NO I am unable to perform this procedure due to increased risk of infection from poor body immunity response.

Scalp Micropigmentation or SMP

Are you a good candidate for SMP?

Scalp Micropigmentation, or SMP, is recommended for men and women over the age of 18 have the following:

  • Suffer from hair loss
  • Have alopecia
  • Have receding hairline
  • Have scars on their scalp that they’d like to conceal
  • Are experiencing thinning hair
  • Want a more defined hairline
  • Want to mask bald spots

Scalp micropigmentation is an innovative, long-lasting and natural-looking solution to hair loss. Unlike topical cosmetic products that wash off with water, scalp micropigmentation deposits color into the skin- so you don’t have to worry about sweating or wiping off the color! Who wants to fuss with spray sticky chemical hair fibers to your scalp?

At a fraction of the cost of expensive hair grafts and with much less down time, SMP is the best alternative solution for those that want to have the look of a full head of hair! Hair transplant do not guarantee hair regrowth forever. I have seen some failed within a few years and some clients are embarrassed with the surgical scars that are left on their heads.

The best way to restore and replicate the look of a youthful head of hair is with Scalp micropigmentation! It lasts up to 4-6 years and looks more natural than wigs or toupees. Scalp micro is low maintenance and can be completed in approximately 3 sessions (about 2 weeks apart).  This is a great investment that will make you feel complete and happy!

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