Microblading and powdery eyebrow tattoo.

Microblading and powdery eyebrow tattoo.

eyebrow tattoo

Every woman who decides to do permanent makeup (tattooing) of eyebrows in Perth, faces the question of which technique is better to choose? As a practising master, I want to recommend to my clients not to chase microblading eyebrow tattoo. This permanent makeup method looks good and lasts a long time on dry skin. Powdery eyebrow tattoo is a very good alternative to microblading as it creates a very interesting shadow effect on the eyebrows. An eyebrow tattoo made using this technique looks much more natural than strokes made with a microblading on close inspection. As a master, I have one of my favourite techniques, this technique (powdery eyebrow), which looks very aesthetically pleasing on the client’s face.

Each client should be aware of and understand that in a year or 1.5 years she will need to update her tattoo – a refresh procedure.

Touch up. This procedure is additional and is performed one month after the main one. Renewing the permanent makeup allows you to put more pigment in the epidermis layer so that the tattoo will stay with you for longer. You should keep in mind that the body of each woman is individual and cannot be repeated as the skin on our face cannot be repeated. Colour matching in a tattoo is much more difficult than matching nails in a nail salon when the end result is almost the same as the colour of the tube. Since permanent makeup is applied to the skin, it is impossible to predict the final colour with a 100% guarantee. To achieve the desired colour and more even filling, an additional procedure is carried out, which can also be emphasised, or slightly adjusted the shape.

Many clients, having crossed the threshold of the Elite Look in Perth, demand to perform eyebrow tattooing in black, which is not acceptable in permanent makeup, or rather forbidden even for clients with black hair, because after a year black eyebrows will begin to change their colour and turn grey. Every self-respecting master must patiently and reasonably explain to the client all the subtleties of choosing a colour scheme for tattooing, warning of imminent changes in colour density after a certain period of time.

The client should know that in order to maintain the required shape and colour, he needs to visit his master after a certain time, the value of which depends only on the individual characteristics of the client’s body.