The colour and shape of eyebrows are important elements of how your face looks. A key part of the cosmetic tattoo process is determining the correct style to suit your face and to give you semi permanent eyebrows that compliment you.
Your treatment will start with a consultation to determine colour, shape and process. Your technician takes into account your bone structure and the contours of your face as these are crucial considerations to ensure a natural look. She will use your existing eyebrows to guide where the cosmetic tattoo will go. Once you are happy with the style and shape she has devised, she will help you colours to suit your complexion and hair colour.
The procedure will be conducted using sterile state-of-the-art equipment and safety approved colours. A numbing cream will be applied to ensure there is no discomfort throughout the process.
Information regarding the semi permanent eyebrow tattoo process
Once the treatment has been completed, please bear in mind the following:
The area will appear 40 – 60% darker immediately after procedure due to pigment drying with lymph on the surface of the skin. This will fade in the following 7-10 days.
Exfoliation may occur with the healing process, taking a full 4-6 weeks for the true colour to appear as this is the healing time for the skin rejuvenation process.
It is possible to have patchiness and loss of colour after the first treatment as the skins natural healing process can reject colour. You may use powder or pencil until the follow up treatment.
Remember this procedure is not permanent and the colour will fade with time. To keep the pigment colour looking fresh you will be invited back annually for a refresh procedure at a client loyalty rate. Its all about low maintenance not no maintenance.
Full aftercare instructions will be provided on the day of your procedure.
Feather Touch or 3D Eyebrows
Also known as the hair simulation technique, it is designed to create the most natural looking brows possible. It mimics your own eyebrows and is more convincing than a solid fill. It is ideal for people with reasonable hair coverage and perfect for filling out the gaps.
This technique does not last as long as the powder fill technique because the pigment implant is not as deep. It will usually require more frequent touch ups and it is recommended that clients go a shade darker than they normally would to improve the longevity of the final results.
We welcome all of our Mornington Peninsula, Mount Eliza and Frankston clients to call direct for ay further questions.