Every year there seems to be a new "fashion" or "style" trend to jump on the bandwagon of. And you better get it done quick before you become a complete and utter social outcast for the rest of your LIFE all because you didn't pay $3000 for some 17-year-old NVQ beauty technician out of the local college to smear placenta milk all over your face for 30 minutes on a Tuesday afternoon like Beyonce allegedly did that one time... But anyway...
one part of the body that seems to be held to the same standards no matter where you may be, and that's your eyebrows. And because of this, there's been an incredibly popular trend floating around the last couple of years called "microblading"
has recently bitten the bullet and had the treatment done... and because of it, has now been left with an absolutely horrific infection after the eyebrow microblading procedure went horribly, horribly
The host of this show, Dr. Travis Stork introduced the segment by warning the audience that the pictures would be insanely graphic - however, as you can probably imagine, the poor woman's blistered, infected, sore-looking eyebrows were still met with gasps of horror.
Clearly, this was not the case for this particular woman, however.
Obviously, this is not what anyone goes in wanting to get done. In this case, I think what happened is she had two problems."
Then another host of the show chimed in to explain what could have possibly caused this infection, suggesting that maybe the instruments which were used during the procedure may not have been sterilized, or that the client's skin just wasn't cleaned properly.
The host then continued:
He also added that it was absolutely vital to only have the procedure done in a licensed environment, and only by someone who has an adequate certification or training and finished by encouraging people to stay very wary when undergoing the microblading procedure.
How about you folks, have you ever had a beauty procedure gone wrong? Let me know in the comments! And don't forget to share this with your friends and family in order to help spread awareness of potential beauty-treatment dangers! AAx