COSMETIC TATTOOING  (Permanent Make-up)

Over plucking or waxing eyebrows, thin brows, fair brows, loss of hair, ageing, and health conditions can reduce the growth of our natural brows. Cosmetic tattooing can help address this. Eyebrows add a frame to the face, enhance your look and add definition. Cosmetic tattooing is for men and women.

Many women utilise cosmetic tattooing to cut down the time it takes them to apply make-up on a daily basis. When travelling, cosmetic tattooing is convenient and allows you to wake-up in the morning, without the need to apply eyebrow pencil, eyeliner or lipstick. It is an excellent procedure for those with active lifestyles.

EYEBROW EMBROIDERY & FEATHER STROKE TATTOO 

The feather stroke technique is beneficial if your eyebrows are too thin, have bald gaps or are uneven.  The technique is semi-permanent, and replaces the old fashioned, block technique.

The feather stroke eyebrow tattoo gives the appearance of realistic hair. The tattoo utilises fine hair-like strokes which are penetrated into the skin. This method is a semi-permanent eyebrow tattoo technique now replacing the block tattoo technique. Fine hair-like strokes are penetrated into the skin for a realistic hair look finish. Providing you with a natural looking eyebrow, blending in with or without hair along the brow bone. A touch-up is undertaken 4 – 6 weeks after your first session to deepen the colour.  As the skin will absorb the pigment in the first session.

POWDER EYEBROW TATTOO 

For fuller brows with a soft texture the Powder Eyebrow technique mimics the appearance of brow pencil or brow make-up.

3D BROW COMBO (FEATHER STROKE & POWDER)

As the name suggests, this technique combines both the feather stroke and powder technique, and is long lasting and provides excellent coverage.

These three brow techniques will frame your face, enhance your look, all with natural looking results that are perfectly symmetrical and defined colour.

Who will benefit from cosmetic tattooing:-

  • Lack of eyebrow definition
  • Hair Loss
  • Thin Brows from over plucking or waxing
  • Chemotherapy patients
  • Alopecia sufferers
  • Scarring
  • Correcting asymmetry
  • Eyebrows that require lengthening
  • Active Lifestyles