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Eyebrow Tattooing Sydney

Have you heard of the golden arches? No, not the burger and fries variety. We’re talking about your brows on fleek. The perfect arch can open up your face, and make your face appear more symmetrical. If you’ve ever wondered why Cindy Crawford looks so good for her age, a fuller brow can also help you look more youthful.

Whether you are shopping in stylish Paddington or café hopping in Surry Hills, you will benefit from this eye-opening treatment. Book an appointment with one of eyebrow technicians in Sydney today.

What is eyebrow tattooing?

It is also known as eyebrow embroidery or microblading. The latest in brow filling technology will help you achieve a natural looking, strong brow.

It involves a semi-permanent vegetable pigment that is pushed gently into the surface of the skin with a fine blade. It mimics the natural feathering of hair-like strokes to give you face defining brows. It can help give your eyebrows a fuller, thicker look or change the shape of your eyebrows.

Does it hurt?

It does not hurt, if done correctly. We do not need to tell you how important it is to have an eyebrow technician who is qualified and experience. (Thankfully, you can just click through our directory because we have done the hard work for you).

A numbing cream is applied before to help with any discomfort. During the treatment, you may feel some pressure or scratching. Any redness or irritation should disappear thirty minutes after your treatment.

After care

For a week after your treatment, you can apply a barrier healing cream. Avoid any harsh exfoliation or cleansing steps.

It will fade

The lines will soften after a few weeks, giving your brows a more natural look. Your technician will often recommend that you book a touch-up appointment six weeks after your initial appointment.

Once you’ve Bookwell-ed, you will look swell. Make an appointment with one of our eyebrow technicans in Sydney today.