Microblading is a popular and growing facial tattooing technique that uses a small device to create detailed, semi-permanent eyebrow drawings. The procedure is considered safe and relatively easy, with few potential complications.
However, there are a few things to keep in mind if you decide to get a microblading procedure done. However, getting your men eyebrow tattoo done by a specialist will help of a lot.
Here are four potential complications of microblading:
1. Infection: One of the most common complications of any facial surgery is infection. Infection can occur at any point during the microblading process, including the injection site, the area where the ink is applied to the skin, or the surrounding area.
2. Scarring: Scarring can occur after microblading in a number of different ways. The ink used in microblading is very thin and easily damaged by everyday activities like washing your face or brushing your teeth. Scarring can also occur if too much ink is used or if the tattoo is not properly healed.
If scarring occurs, it will likely be visible on close inspection and may require surgery to remove it.
3. Spread of infection: If microblading is used on a very sensitive area, the ink may spread an infection to the surrounding skin. If this happens, it can be painful and serious.
4. Lipoma: Lipomas are small tumors that develop in different parts of your body. They tend to grow fairly quickly and are especially common in places like the eyelid and under your arm where there is more skin than elsewhere on your body.