To ensure the safety and optimal results of your cosmetic brow tattoo or microblading, there are certain conditions and factors that may affect your eligibility. Please review the following criteria:
⛔️ Age: Individuals under 18 years old are not eligible for cosmetic brow tattoo or microblading. ⛔️ Diabetes: If you have diabetes, you will need approval from your doctor before undergoing the procedure. ⛔️ Epilepsy: Individuals with epilepsy are not suitable candidates for cosmetic brow tattoo or microblading. ⛔️ Predisposition to Scars or Keloids: If you are prone to developing scars or keloids, cosmetic brow tattoo or microblading may not be recommended. ⛔️ Anticoagulant Medications: If you are taking anticoagulant medications, approval from your doctor is required before proceeding with the treatment. ⛔️ Pregnancy and Lactation: Pregnant and lactating women should refrain from cosmetic brow tattoo or microblading until after this period. ⛔️ Skin Conditions: Individuals with skin diseases such as psoriasis on the brow area, eczema, undiagnosed rashes, or blisters on the brow area are not suitable candidates. ⛔️ Allergies: Those with allergies to makeup or colors, as well as individuals with a history of allergic reactions to certain substances such as latex, lanolin, medications, hair dyes, etc., may require a consultation/allergy patch test 48 hours before the appointment. ⛔️ Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation: Individuals with post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation may not be suitable candidates for cosmetic brow tattoo or microblading. ⛔️ Blood Conditions: Those with communicable blood conditions like HIV or hepatitis are not eligible for the procedure. ⛔️ Active Skin Cancer: If there is active skin cancer in the area to be tattooed, cosmetic brow tattoo or microblading is contraindicated. ⛔️ Cancers/Chemotherapy: Doctor's clearance may be required for individuals who have had cancer or are undergoing chemotherapy. ⛔️ Other Factors: Individuals with shingles, recent lift or blepharoplasty (waiting approximately 3 months is recommended), conjunctivitis (after the infection has cleared up), eye infections, or those taking thyroid medications (as treatment results can be unpredictable) may need to consult with the specialist before undergoing the procedure. ⛔️ Oily Skin or Large Pores: If you have oily skin or large pores, alternative treatments such as Powder Brows, Digital Blading, or Hollywood Brows may be recommended. ⛔️ Mature Skin: For individuals over 65 years old, the eligibility for cosmetic brow tattoo or microblading depends on the state of their skin. Powder Brows treatment may be recommended in such cases.
If you answered YES to any of the questions related to allergic reactions or sensitivities, a consultation/allergy patch test is necessary 48 hours before your appointment to ensure your safety.
Your well-being and safety are our top priorities, so please consider these factors before scheduling your cosmetic brow tattoo or microblading treatment.