Trying to draw the perfect eyebrow shape every time? That's a little hard. More and more women are getting eyebrow tattoos, a simple and easy solution to beauty maintenance. Not only does this reduce the hassle of wearing makeup every day, but it also benefits women who are losing their hair due to any number of ailments. Before racing to book your appointment, here are some things to review.
Body tattoos are permanent because the tattoo ink contains larger particles that are not removed by the body. With cosmetic tattoos, pigments are used instead of ink ...... and usually do not last more than five years. Both are deposited in the layer of skin called the dermis. Eyebrow tattooing requires at least two treatments. It can help people suffering from alopecia areata. Anyone undergoing cancer treatment can still have it done - they just need to be supervised by a doctor.
Preparation is everything, which is why searching for information on the Internet is always a wise choice. Find an artist who you are addicted to the technology and has received the proper training. It's also important to consider your allergies; if you still feel uncomfortable after reading about tattoos, take that as a sign that you're not ready for one.
If you do feel comfortable with tattooing, the next step is to compile your checklist and bring it to your pre-op consultation. Writing down your questions and concerns will help you address all of them during the session without leaving any discussion points.
There are two types of eyebrow tattoos to choose from: permanent and semi-permanent. For permanent eyebrow tattoos, the artist uses ink and inserts it deep into the skin. However, semi-permanent tattoos use pigments rather than ink and are not injected as deeply as regular tattoos.
Whichever type of tattoo you choose, taking precautions and following a solid facial skin routine (cleansers and moisturizers are key) will help the mark last longer; factors that affect its longevity include sun exposure, skin type, and application technique.
The skin in the forehead area is very sensitive, which makes the pain more noticeable. However, clients often have the option of using anesthetics during this procedure. This application makes the experience more comfortable and painless. In addition to the pain, eyebrow tattoos take time to heal. The artist advises clients to consider the area as a wound. Like a typical injury, your tattoo should not be rubbed, picked or exposed to makeup or sweat while it heals. Ask your esthetician about additional care you will need to follow afterwards.
Eyebrow tattoos are expected to look slightly different - even natural eyebrows don't look the same. Discomfort with your newly tattooed eyebrows is a normal post-microblade reaction. It may take time to adjust: your hairs become darker, thicker and sharper immediately after the procedure, but they will soften as they heal over a few weeks. Patience is essential to adjust to your new look.
Like normal wounds, tattooed eyebrows have the potential to leave scars, especially if you have been in this state for a long time. Your first time may not produce a permanent mark, but subsequent appointments may leave a mark. Note that most people need two micro-shaves, as the skin tends to squeeze out some ink; an average person will return to their doctor for touch-ups four weeks after the first treatment. The procedure is usually redone after one to three years to refresh the color and shape.
Eyebrow tattoos are a popular trend among women, but before moving forward, you must know what to expect during and after the procedure; thinking about whether the pain and expense is worth it will be a game changer. If you would like to purchase tools such as tattoo kits and makeup needles, feel free to contact our experts.