If you are insulin dependent, you are not a candidate for Microblading. Healing could be compromised and take longer than average.
PREGNANCY OR BREASTFEEDING
Although there is no actual evidence of microblading affecting the unborn child, it just puts you more at risk of potential infections or complications where not all medication is suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. It is highly suggested to wait until after pregnancy/breastfeeding.
TRANSMITTABLE BLOOD CONDITIONS
LIKE HIV OR HEPATITIS
Puts the technician at risk of transmitting despite best efforts of hygiene and sterilization. May also affect healing process.
Risk of undesirable results. Always seek treatment of cancer before ever considering microblading.
Because blood cannot clot, microblading is not even a consideration since in most cases there is always mild to moderate amount of bleeding, and will not scab.
Any disorders concerning healing are out of the question. Microblading is piercing through the epidermis layer of the skin and requires healing time. Any disorders affecting the healing risks undesired results.
May need more frequent touch ups and topical numbing agents are less effective on the skin.
Increases the chance of bleeding more which will push out pigment or heal very ashy and blurry.
ACCUTANE OR STEROIDS
Skin is way too dry and/or sensitive and will not heal correctly.
psoriasis, eczema, rashes or blisters on the skin that is to be treated
The skin is inflamed and extremely sensitive and/or dry and will lead to complications with the healing process and/or color retention.
HYPER PIGMENTATION / KELOIDS
Although may not be an issue a few months after receiving the treatment, may lead to healing issues later down the road.