05 May What You Need To Know About Eyebrow Tattooing
Yes. If a woman is pregnant or breastfeeding we can’t do the procedure. If someone has had fillers or botox around the brow area less than two weeks beforehand or plans to have these things done within two weeks following, we won’t do the treatment. Some medications and skin conditions may also cause the client to be unsuitable. These are best discussed with our specialists one on one.
How do you match the correct colour ink to the natural brow hair?
How many sessions are required to get the perfect result?
We recommend two appointments. The initial procedure and a free follow up appointment 4 weeks later. At this time the tattoo will have healed and the colour will have settled. It can appear a bit darker for the first two weeks while the skin is healing. During the initial procedure swelling can occur with some clients and any asymmetry this may have caused can be corrected in the follow up.
The modern day brow queen.
How do you ensure that the tattooed brows are streamline and even?
An appointment takes approximately 2.5 hours and most of that time is spent on creating the design. The brows are drawn on and measured. They may be changed multiple times often with the slightest of adjustments. The treatment starts once the cosmetic tattooist is satisfied and the client is 100% happy.
Is the treatment painful?
Yes, but for most it’s bearable. Being tattooed around the brows is uncomfortable and usually triggers some sneezing at the beginning of the treatment. After approximately 10 minutes your natural pain blockers kick in and it’s not so bad. There is the option to use numbing cream and this will reduce the pain significantly. Most of our clients choose not to use it.
How much does it cost?
$550 for full brows.
To book a consultation or for more info contact Elegant Lashes HERE or call 1300 002 215.