Why you should avoid hairline microblading
Hair loss is one of the most common side effects of aging. 85% of men and 50% of women are affected by hair loss during their lifetime. Factors like genetics, nutrition, stress, and certain medical conditions can lead to hair loss. Microblading has become one of the go-to treatments for thin and sparse eyebrows, leading to suggestions that the same treatment could be used on the scalp.
Hairline microblading – also known as scalp microblading – is a treatment that has divided the aesthetics community. While the treatment promises immediate results, we’re yet to see a scalp microblading treatment that has maintained long-term results without blurring or leading to discoloration.
We’re sharing everything you need to know about hairline microblading and why scalp micropigmentation for women is a better alternative treatment.