Why choose me for your microblading for alopecia and hair loss?
You may not know this but in a former life, I was a hairdresser.
I worked for many years as a consultant stylist for one of the world’s leading hair replacement companies at their head office in West London.
I worked with many clients who suffered with hair loss of some description. Some due to medications, cancer, stress, hormones or autoimmune conditions and I have an extensive knowledge of hair loss conditions, their causes and how best to treat clients with alopecia.
It was whilst working with these amazing women that I became aware of permanent makeup and microblading for alopecia sufferers and decided this was what I wanted to do with the rest of my life.
What is microblading for alopecia?
Alopecia is a blanket term for all kinds hair loss. It affects males and females and many people suffer from Alopecia. You probably know someone who suffers or has suffered from Alopecia at some point in their life.
Microblading is a term generally used for permanent makeup for the eyebrows. Most people who have alopecia and have lost hair in the eyebrows and microbalding for alopecia can be a life changing, time saving miracle treatment.
What kinds of microblading for alopecia are available?
Microblading for alopecia can be performed using a blade like tool or a machine and a tiny needle to create tiny little hair like strokes. This is generally the technique most alopecia sufferers choose as they want to achieve the most natural possible results. This technique is called Hair Strokes and mimics hair growing in the eyebrows
An alternative technique of microblading for alopecia is a powder or ombré brow. This technique mimics the look of conventional makeup by creating a powdered look. This is ideal if you have a little or a lot of hair. Thise with no eyebrow hair may find that this technique is a little 2 dimensional for them.
In my experience, a combination or fusion brow is the most popular technique of microblading for alopecia sufferers. This involves using a combination or fusion of hair stroke and shading techniques to create a more 3D look to the eyebrow. This is my signature eyebrow method of Microblading for alopecia sufferers, especially if they have little to no natural eyebrow hair.