Eyes and eyebrows are the first things to be noticed on your face. Unfortunately, not everyone has the perfect eyebrow shape they like. There can be many factors, from a toothache, a disease, to genetics, that cause you to have sparse or no eyebrows. Many people also have the problem that their eyebrows are too light to notice.
You no longer have to worry about these problems with modern style eyebrow embroidery. In this cosmetic procedure, the ink is injected into the skin to darken, fill in, or create eyebrows. Although any of the reasons listed above can be good enough to go through this cosmetic procedure. But a lot of people only do it because it looks good.
Life and color of the eyebrow tattoo
Eyebrow tattoos can last a lifetime or a few years depending on how and where you get them from. For the first two weeks, the eyebrow tattoo may look darker than the actual color. The healing time is approximately ten to fourteen days and after the tattooed area the true color will become apparent. This color is definitely lighter than the previous shade you see on your eyebrows. If the appearance after peeling is not what you want, a professional can advise and advice on what to do.
The way of extending the life of eyebrow embroidery is touch-up. Depending on the purpose and condition of your tattoo, touch-ups can be made every few years to every six months. A touch up is all about solving the problem with the eyebrows by adding extra pigment to define the new look.
Pain threshold and other details
One of the main questions people have is whether or not the process is painful. The answer to this question varies as some people find it painful and others don’t, depending on their pain threshold. However, if you are concerned that it could be painful, let a professional know first that you will be using a local anesthetic before starting the tattoo. Before starting the procedure, a local anesthetic is applied as a cream or spray.
Be extremely careful when choosing a professional tattoo for you as a beginner. This can ruin your entire look. Make sure the person has experience of tattooing eyebrows, not regular tattooing. It is best to go to someone who is experienced with the job.
The way of extending the life of eyebrow embroidery is touch-up. Depending on the purpose and condition of your tattoo, touch-ups can be made every few years to every six months.