Following trends in the beauty industry can be hazardous. But then, people in Washington and other states face multiple personal injury risks on a daily basis. Most people hate the process of plucking their eyebrows, which led to a process called microblading that involves the tattooing of semi-permanent eyebrows. However, for one woman in another state, it became torture when the freehand drawing by the microblading artist left her with one oddly shaped eyebrow.
According to court documents in the case filed by the woman, she selected the eyebrow shape from the artist's gallery of photos before taking the beauty plunge. She asserts that, after lengthy discussions with the microblading technician, the eyebrows were drawn, and the left one appeared more arched than the other one. The plaintiff alleges the artist maintained that it was easy to fix and proceeded with the needling process without making changes to the drawn eyebrows.
The plaintiff contends that the process to fix the error involved the application of an acid-like substance that caused severe burning, so much so that she thought her facial skin was melting. She alleges the scars on her face might be permanent, and she accuses the microblading technician of negligence. The liquid used to remove the tattoo is yet to be discovered and might become known as the lawsuit progresses.
Victims of beautician errors that caused injury, scarring or other damages might be entitled to pursue financial relief. However, it could be a complicated process, and utilizing the skills of an experienced Washington personal injury attorney might be a smart choice. The lawyer can determine whether grounds for a lawsuit exist, and then provide the necessary support and guidance throughout the legal proceedings to recover financial and emotional losses.