When microblading is done by an artist that has integrity, proper training, and experience, it is a very safe application with few potential side effects.
However, like any tattoo, it is a serious procedure and you want to have your bases covered.
This leaves students to practice on their own terms without supervision in concern to blood borne pathogen awareness.
In the US there are very little FDA regulations on any type of tattooing. Anyone can attend these courses regardless of their background in the health or beauty industry.
Check Portfolios & Credentials.
How long have you been microblading?
How many clients have you worked on?
Do you have client references?
Have you ever made a mistake? How did you fix it?
Do you have access to someone who can help if there is a mistake you don't know how to fix?
Do you have Blood Borne Pathogen Training?
What is your clean-up procedure like?
Are your tools/pigments disposable?
The last thing any of us want is to feel intrusive, but again this procedure is a serious one. An artist that takes their work seriously will respect your concerns.
To be polite, be sure to ask questions like this before scheduling an appointment, not the day of.
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We are always wishing the best for you and your brows!