Thin Eyebrow Treatment Using Micropigmentation
Eyebrow hair loss is a common symptom of thyroid deficiency. If you’re losing hair from your brows, Dr. Sergio Verduzco recommends making an appointment with your doctor to get your thyroid checked.
Reproductive hormone changes can also play a part, and dermatologists believe the same factors that cause hair loss from the scalp, a common problem for women as they age, may contribute to thinning brows. Thinning brows are also a common side effect of other conditions such as atopic dermatitis, or eczema, due to inflammation and itching around the brow area. A dermatologist can recommend medications and topical treatments to help. Sparse brows could also be caused be a nutritional deficiency—though that’s not usually a problem if you eat a relatively healthy, consistent diet.
Overgrooming could also make all of these worse. “We also see thinning eyebrows, especially in women, as a result of too much tweezing or waxing earlier in life. If the hair follicles suffer trauma and die out as a result, a permanent thinning of the eyebrows can occur,”
What is Micropigmentation?
Why Micropigmentation is not Tattooing?
Micropigmentation is done in 2 or even 3 sessions. Initially a sketch is done with regular make-up once the shape and color will be defined and the client will have a close idea about the final appearance. The touch up is done 30 days after to enhance the color and give a perfect finish. Sometimes, a second touch up is required when the client wishes bold eyeliners or darker eyebrows. Micropigmentation procedures are much more tolerable than tattoo. On micropigmentation numbing anesthetic cream is generously applied 20 minutes before the procedure and is reapplied to avoid any uncomfortable pain.