Eczema, shingles, rashes, or anything else near the eyebrows People with very oily skin and enlarged pores are not good candidates for Microblading. People over 55 years old. If you have an autoimmune disease such as lupus, celiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis, Hashimoto, etc., then microblading should not be done. This is because it can have complications in the healing of microblading.
Microblading is done by making hair-like strokes with a small blade in the area of the eyebrows. As the artist is making shortcuts in the skin, the eyebrow area will go through a natural healing process, as if you had to reduce your skin. If you want to know more about the healing process with microblading, read my blog post here. If you have an autoimmune disease, the healing process can be complicated by your actual condition or by the medications you take for your situation.
Because of this, you'll want to avoid using microblading for your safety and health. You can always ask your doctor if it's safe for you if it really is. All of these conditions affect how your body heals, making the microblading procedure dangerous at worst (as in cases of hemophilia or clotting disorders) and, at best, negatively affecting the appearance of your microblading (as with hyperpigmentation). A separate concern is, of course, the spread of communicable diseases (such as HIV or hepatitis C).
For this reason, microblading is not recommended for people with any of these conditions or related conditions.