Have Oily Skin? Read This Before You Try Microblading
If you have oily skin, then you already know that your skincare routine differs from those who have “normal” or even “dry” skin.
If you’re interested in microblading, it’s important to tell your microblading artist that your skin is naturally oilier than others (she should be able to tell this just by looking at your skin, but if your makeup game is on point, it might be a bit difficult to figure out).
So, why does it matter?
If you have extremely oily skin, microblading may not be the best option for you as the oil will cause the hair-strokes to heal with a diffused look.
Micro-shading (also known as the Shadow/Powder Effect) is a newer technique that’s perfect for clients with oily skin.
Unlike microblading, micro-shading gives the brows a gradient appearance with small pin-point dots instead of individual hair-strokes.
If you’re still deadest on hair-strokes, however, Eye Design offers a hybrid technique where your tech will not only draw hair-strokes, but will add shading to give you a full (totally natural) makeup look.