There seems to be a downside to the exploding popularity of Microblading over the past few years: some bad Microblading work. We are seeing more clients come in with brows that need help after less than professional service from other places: uneven brow shapes, too-thick strokes, pigment that has changed color.
Don't despair, often these situations can be fixed! We cannot remove what's already there, but can work around it. We add strokes to balance out brows, or move an arch, or just improve the overall esthetics. We can mask too-thick strokes with finer ones. We can add individual strokes to brows whose pigment has spread (the effect is like having brow powder on).
What we can't help with: very, very dark strokes that have spread, the dreaded "marker brows". For these we have to wait until they have faded.
Wherever you decide to get your Microblading, please do the research on the Specialist. And ask them to draw on both brows, stroke-by-stroke with a brow pencil. If they can't do this with a brow pencil, chances are they won't be able to do it with the Microblading tool.
And... please don't let this dissuade you from having the treatment done! The results, when done right, are spectacular.
-- Ramon Padilla