TheFace: Lamia Abdulmohsen, whose micropigmentation skills have helped women regain self-confidence

TheFace: Lamia Abdulmohsen, whose micropigmentation skills have helped women regain self-confidence
Lamia Abdulmohsen. (AN photo by Ziyad Alarfaj)
Updated 04 May 2018

TheFace: Lamia Abdulmohsen, whose micropigmentation skills have helped women regain self-confidence

TheFace: Lamia Abdulmohsen, whose micropigmentation skills have helped women regain self-confidence
  • Abdulmohsen: I went all the way to Beirut to study micropigmentation with make-up specialist Roula Karam
  • Abdulmohsen: I also want to open my own center to train Saudi women to specialize in the same field, so that they can help and support other women as well

I am Saudi woman with 13 years of experience working in human resources and development. However, my dream was to establish a business and specialize in a field that can serve my community in a very human way. To that end, I went all the way to Beirut to study micropigmentation with make-up specialist Roula Karam. I earned international certification, not only in Lebanon but the UK as well, as a specialist in eyebrow micropigmentation. I have a lot of Saudi clients, along with other nationalities, and I help them regain their confidence and put smiles back on their faces. My goal is to help improve the self-confidence of all women, especially those whose hair has fallen out as a result of diseases such as cancer or alopecia, by applying hair stokes using a 3D micropigmentation technique. I hope this makes them happier about how they look when they see themselves in the mirror. I also want to open my own center to train Saudi women to specialize in the same field, so that they can help and support other women as well.