Seen hairline microblading work that looks amazing?
So have we.
Scalp microbladers proudly display their fresh work, but become extremely elusive when pressed for healed long term photos. To date, we are yet to receive a single set of healed and aged photos from any artist, anywhere in the world.
There are more issues with scalp microblading that artists are usually reluctant to share with you.
- It hurts. Your skin is being cut with a blade. Getting your brows done is uncomfortable enough, and that’s a really small area of skin, and much less sensitive than the scalp.
- Hairstrokes created using scalp microblading do not move, unlike natural hair that moves all the time. For this reason alone, the work is usually very noticeable.
- Any properly trained and experienced SMP artist knows that hairstrokes on the scalp are a big no-no. By choosing an artist who advocates for this service, you are almost certainly selecting an artist who is poorly trained, inexperienced or has a questionable moral compass.
The bottom line is that scalp microblading does not look good when healed. The lines blur into a solid color, and are difficult to remove without damaging the surrounding hair.
There are many solutions to a thinning hairline. Unfortunately, scalp microblading is not one of them.