I think by now we’ve all seen that picture of the poor client in Missouri who ended up with four eyebrows. It made national and international news, and maybe even put some people off to trying microblading. I truly feel bad for her, but in a way I’m glad that this news was spread far and wide. Because really, microblading results are only as good as the person who does the treatment!
Go to a reputable salon, ask for samples of work (before/ after, unfiltered). There are some therapists of course who are just starting out and might not have a deep book, and that’s ok. But request for a consultation and ask them to draw on your brows stroke-by-stroke. If they can’t draw a balanced and well-placed brow with a brow pencil, they certainly won’t be able to do it with the microblading tool!
Unfortunately we’ve been seeing more clients with botched work come to us to have their brows “fixed”. But wouldn’t it be better to have it done right the first time?