Alopecia: How Microblading at our Los Angeles Salon Can Help

Microblading in Los Angeles at Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup offers a way for people of all backgrounds to obtain a perfect pair of eyebrows that are next to impossible to tell apart from the real thing – all without committing to a daily makeup routine. However, microblading isn’t purely for those wanting to shorten the time it takes to put on their makeup, it’s also a fantastic solution for people who suffer from alopecia – a condition that may cause hair loss anywhere on the body and can often cause eyebrows and eyelashes to disappear.

While microblading isn’t a hair loss treatment itself, it does address the cosmetic matter of replacing eyebrows and eyelashes – an important part of the facial appearance of women and men alike. The good news is that the results are immediate and definite, unlike most of the treatments and products that are touted to restore lost hair.

What Is Microblading?

Microblading is a type of permanent makeup technique that uses a needle-like device to inject small amounts of pigment beneath the skin to create the very realistic illusion of natural hair. It can be done in less than an hour, with attractive and convincing results lasting up to two years.

Microblading differs from other types of permanent makeup in that it uses pigment instead of colored ink, the latter of which usually changes over time. While pigment does eventually fade away, it always remains the same color.

Microblading Benefits

Aside from having a professional makeup look, microblading can (literally) fill in the visual gaps caused by hair loss. For people suffering from an illness or age-related hair loss, this can go a long way in boosting self-confidence.

Learn More from Beverly Hills Permanent Makeup

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