A metal hand tool with fine needles is used to create fine hair-like strokes. A hypo-allergenic pigment is implanted into the skin and will generally last from 6 to 18 months. Results will vary depending on the client’s exposure to sun and resistance to pigment.
Anaesthetic is continually applied to decrease any pain or discomfort during the procedure. Depending on the depth of colour requested, most people are comfortable in public within 2 – 5 days.
This technique mimics the ‘effect’ you achieve when you use a brow powder or pencil. It adds depth, definition, and results in a more ‘made up’ look. When healed, you will enjoy a permanent, defined but soft powdered look. The colour will be bespoke blended to compliment your skin tone and hair colour to achieve a natural look. This will generally last up to 2 years. Results will vary depending on the client’s exposure to sun and resistance to pigment.
A fantastic compromise between hair stroke and powder fill effects to achieve a beautifully natural, yet defined brow. The inner brow gets a feather stroke eyebrow tattoo in Australia that includes hair strokes while the tails are powdered to achieve the perfect definition. Hair strokes are also added around the outer line of the arch to soften the powdered tails. If you want the ultimate and most popular brow style, then the “Combination Brow” will suit you.
It all starts with a good canvas! The eyebrow area must be healthy, strong, non-sensitive, and non-irritated. Here’s how to get your skin ready for the procedure:
To avoid excessive bleeding and poor colour deposit:
The following restrictions are to ensure your skin is in the best possible condition for an amazing microblading procedure.
Please read carefully:
Any tweezing, tinting, or waxing should be done at least 72 hours prior to the procedure.
Day 1. They look textured, slightly more dramatic in appearance than normal, tender, slightly swollen and may even experience some slight bleeding.
Day 2. They look very dark, bold, and thicker. Colour will be reddish and still quite tender.
Day 3-4. The pain and tenderness will start to subside. They still look dark and thick.
Day 5. The brows are getting itchy, and a thick layer of scabbing may form, and the fine hair-strokes that were created may be hidden. (WARN clients not to pick the scab)
Day 5-7. This is the scary time period when the serious scabbing will start and begin to peel away from the skin.
Day 7-10. The scabs will probably be flaked off or flaking off on their own by this point. The brows seem way too light or even grey and missing in spots.
Day 14-28. Healing almost complete. The colour and definition of the hair-strokes will return at this point. The colour is beginning to even out and look more natural and brow-like.
An eyebrow feather tattoo in Australia typically lasts 9-18 months, depending on skin type and care.
Those who would like to can get a feather brow tattoo course in Australia. This will help you learn the basics of this service, allowing you to add it to your resume.