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Women may be associated as worrying more about their appearances, but being self-conscious about looks isn’t only applied to XX chromosomes.
According to the American Hair Loss Association, two-thirds of men have thinning hair by the time they are 35, and 85 percent are thinning by 50 years old.
“Men care about this more than people know,” says Baltic Brows founder Sinead Corcoran, adding that currently there is little that can be done about it. “Hair transplant technology isn't always a guaranteed sure bet ” she says. There are 150,000 hairs on the average human head; transplants add 2,000 to 3,000 hairs and can sometimes leave scars.
Sinead’s micropigmentation skills fill in bald spots with a needle and ink, leaving that shaved-stubble look that she says is guaranteed to work.
Vincenzo Coni operates intricologic paramedical permanent makeup and has successfully developed a new technique of Hair pigmentation demominata "Scalppigmentation 3D". Unique of its kind allows for hyperrealistic results attention to the smallest detail and durable over time for both men and women. He teaches hair pigmentation at private schools and at his offices "Dermatrico Repair" of which he is Ceo Founder.
Sinead and Vincenzo are both Baltic Brows MASTERS and recently attended the Baltic Brows international Conference in the Caribbean together. Sinead is an expert in the Semi Permanent make up field and teaches Microblading and semi permanent make up in training classes around Ireland.
She loves seeing people’s natural reactions to their transformations and is grateful to be making a living helping others. 'A skill like Microblading doesn't just make men and women look more attractive, it also allows them to feel like the best version of themselves. That's why I love my job so much', Sinead from Beauty Ink Ireland.
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One facial feature that has come into its own in recent years are the eyebrows. Scrolling through any social media site will bring up endless images of bold, beautiful brows and tips on how to achieve them. For some beauty aficionados, microblading is the grooming technique to shape and still brows. But does microblading prevent hair growth later on? Most people don't want to take any risks with this crowning facial feature.
Although it sounds like a hair removal technique, microblading is actually used to increase the appearance of fuller brows. A form of tattooing, microblading is a type of semipermanent makeup application in which brows are etched on in tiny strokes that mimic natural hair, according to the website for Elle. The idea of permanent makeup might cause you to picture Sharpie-thick brows, but the technique of microblading produces fine, natural-looking results.
Why would a person want more hair up there? There is a real reason microblading has caught on in recent years. People with naturally sparse brows can have trouble creating a brow look with gel, powders, or other makeup. These applications could melt off the face during wear or look less than natural. Because it's a tattoo, microblading can last though any type of activity. Once it's done, a person can literally wake up with perfect brows. Cool, right?
That said, it's understandable if you approach the idea of microblading with a bit of trepidation. (It is a face tattoo, after all. Albeit a rather shallow one.) Most importantly, will microblading mess up your natural hair's ability to regrow? It does not seem to affect hair growth in any way. According to the Hair Transplant Institute Miami, microblading will neither prevent nor encourage future hair loss in the brow area. Of course, if you have any specific concerns, don't hesitate to ask your esthetician or doctor for advice. Particularly if you have sparse hair from a health condition such as alopecia, it's smart to check with a medical professional before going through with this technique. If you decide to go for it, though, get ready for some brows that stay awesome 24/7.
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