“Create your own style… let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others.”
― Anna Wintour
Fashion changes through time and we all adapt to it. Eyebrows Permanent Makeup is no stranger to this trend.
Some years ago very thin eyebrows were used, so many women removed all their hair and put on a very fine line. Over time, these women lost their hair and had the need to continue demanding permanent makeup.
Fashion changed and women began to be used thicker and more defined, leading to permanent makeup towards a very marked design and dark colors.
Then it changed again and turned to something much more soft and natural, forcing the artists in micropigmentation to correct all those thick eyebrows, to erase edges and to change shapes and colors.
For some time fashion remained this way and in recent years it changed again showing a combination of natural effect, but with very marked designs that in some cases change the natural shape of the eyebrow and leading many of the clients to want the same design on their faces.
I know that those are trends, but we as artists must express our art individually, creating eyebrows according to the face and style of our clients so each of them will look unique and not a mold that is copied from one face to another.
These works that are being done out of the natural shape of the eyebrow look fake and over time the color changes, the effect gets modified and then require to be changed or removed.
What people want
What people get
Additionally, people with little or no training are doing jobs that leave much to be desired and will require a correction made by an expert.
Right now there are many cases for corrections and many more are coming. That's a great opportunity for business and get more clients but you have to be prepared. Do you know how to correct old Permanent Makeup or Microblading?
My recommendation is: get ready, study, practice and do not try to do something that you don't know. Get trained by an expert in corrections.