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Welcome to the new era of 3D cosmetic eyebrow embroidery, the new semi permanent makeup technology that can give you that natural stylish look you’re after. What’s more, is the amount of time you will save re-drawing your eyebrows.
What is 3D cosmetic eyebrow embroidery anyway?
3D cosmetic eyebrow embroidery is a semi permanent technique using color pigment drawn onto the skin giving you natural looking eyebrows. The technique used is natural feathering of hair like strokes creating a beautifully designed eyebrow.
Is this the same as an eyebrow “tattoo”?
No. Far from it. The work involved with eyebrow embroidery is only performed on the skin surface. Thus, making eyebrow embroidery a MUCH SAFER treatment than eyebrow tattoos. The color can also be adjusted in alignment with the original eyebrow hair color, which results to a realistic look and feel. Eyebrow embroidery creates the background and fills in the parts of the eyebrows that looked empty so that a full and complete look is accomplished. The “3D” effect gives it an added realism to the end result.
Unlike an eyebrow tattoo, 3D eyebrow embroidery does not leave a flat, dull and fake look that tattoos leave behind.
So what is involved?
First our 3D cosmetic eyebrow embroidery expert will pencil and outline on your brows to a shape that is to your liking. A full consultation to determine the color and style that suits your needs takes place, then a brow tidy up will follow and anesthetic cream will be applied to the area to minimize your discomfort. Your pigment color will then be applied to your skin finishing off with a soothing lotion to help with your healing process.
Who can benefit from such a treatment?
• Have over-plucked their eyebrow hair
• Have gaps or scars where the hair has not grown back
• Are suffering from Alopecia (hair loss), weak or light hair
• Want a particular shape for their eyebrows
Is it safe?
Absolutely. Use of disposable needles and sterilization of equipment as required.
How many treatments do I require?
In most cases, only the initial treatment, followed by one or two follow-up treatments.
Also, if you have a build up of dead skin cells this may inhibit the pigment taking to your skin, so it is recommended that you exfoliate the area regularly