Feather Touch Brow Tattooing

WHAT IS MICRO-BLADING?

This subtle semi permanent tattoo technique (also known as micro-blading, 3D brow, hair stroke tattoos or micro-pigmentation) looks completely natural as it mimics real hair. Using a metal hand tool, carefully selected high quality tattoo pigments are gently implanted using a ‘hair-stroke’ method, into the upper layers of the skin. Designed to frame each clients face with a fuller and more shapely brow.

At Bearskins, cosmetic tattooist Rachael specialise in natural brow restoration who has studied with both Australian and European academies, Rachael is a qualified PhiBrow Artist. All clients brows are designed to suit their face shape and also what they are comfortable with. We do not have a ‘one style fits all’ policy. Please see the photo below which show just some of the many different brows achieved with us.

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WHY HAVE IT DONE?

  • Natural looking
  • Long lasting
  • Time saving
  • Helps shape the face
  • Corrects symmetry
  • Defines brows
  • Water & Smudge proof

WHAT IS INVOLVED?

All our clients start with a consultation to determine if they are a good candidate for feather touch tattooing. Then the brow colour and shape is discussed, measured and drawn to suit each persons individual requirements. Once the client is happy with the design, a topical anaesthetic is applied, helping reduce any discomfort  throughout the procedure.

We use high quality hypoallergenic tattoo pigments, designed to be implanted into human skin. All metal hand tools and needles used are disposable and all other equipment, as well as the treatment room, follow strict sterilisation guidelines.

BEFORE YOUR BROW APPOINTMENT.

  • If you wax or tint your eyebrows, please to this 3 days prior to scheduled appointment. We will also tweeze any little hairs that are outside the brow shape we design.
  • You’re welcome to gather some reference photos showing the type of brow shape or colour you are hoping to achieve.
  • Stop taking blood thinners such as fish oil tablets, 7 days prior to your booking.

IMMEDIATELY AFTER…

After the procedure is complete, the pigment in brows may appear darker than first thought, this is completely normal and over the next 7-14 days will significantly fade to reveal your desired brow colour.  A complementary follow up appointment is booked 4-8 weeks later, for any required re-touches.

HOME CARE.

Written in depth aftercare instructions are given to each client during their treatment and are to be closely followed, ensuring new brows heal properly.

HOW LONG DOES IT LAST?

Feather Touch Brow Tattooing, is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure, meaning the brows will not wash off but will fade over a period of time. Factors such as skin type, sun exposure, lifestyle, health and skincare regime, can all effect the brows longevity. No guarantee is given as to how long your brow tattoos will last, however most clients find they can last 10mth-2yrs. Clients may like to book in for a re-touch appointment after 12-18 months to keep brows well defined and looking their best. Price: $150-$250 depending on work needed.

WHAT IS THE COST?

Treatment cost is $595 (Includes initial procedure & complementary re-touch appointment 4-6 weeks later and aftercare balm). BOOK NOW!

APPOINTMENT BOOKING POLICY.

All client’s are required to leave a $100 deposit to hold their Feather Brow appointment. The deposit will then come off the cost of the procedure on the day of treatment. A minimum of 48hrs is required to reschedule a booking. Failure to give the required amount of notice will result in your deposit being forfeited. Please ensure that you call the clinic as soon as possible, should you be unable to make your appointment time.

 

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Please contact us to make an appointment for a FREE consultation and further discuss your specific needs. Call (03)9769 6555

 

 

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