Unfortunately, a lot of us made mistakes in the '90s. Namely, plucking the absolute life out of our eyebrows (I blame Gwen Stefani) to the point of no return. Some of us were lucky and managed to claw back our brows with much determination, but the rest weren't so lucky.
If you're reading this, I imagine you're one of the unlucky ones. Perhaps your brows represent a piece of thin woollen string, or they're so misshapen that they're more like distant cousins than sisters. Either way, brow tattooing is an option to correct both - and it's not as scary as you think.
Frequently Asked Questions:
At this point, you might have a few questions about brow tattooing, so let's go through some of the most commonly asked questions.
Can It Look Natural?
Absolutely. The feather-touch brow tattooing technique is designed to look completely natural when blended amongst existing hair or none at all. The feathering motion mimics the appearance of real brow hairs and each service is individually customised to suit your preferences and features.
Does It Hurt?
As part of the brow tattooing process, a numbing agent is applied to the area to reduce discomfort before and during the treatment. Clients can expect to feel contact with the skin and hear a scratching sound, but associated pain should be very minimal.
What Does The Healing Process Involve?
The colour will appear very rich for 48 hours immediately after the treatment then begin to fade away for the days to follow. Amy Jean Brow Agency recommends you do not get the area wet for 7 days and your artist will guide you through a 7 day post-care treatment plan depending on your skin type.
How Many Sessions Do You Need?
After a consultation, there is one main appointment where the tattooing is performed, followed by a refresh appointment appointment a few weeks later, in which any tweaks can be made. Follow-up appointments every 12-18 months are recommended to keep the brows in optimum condition.
How Much Is It?
Pricing varies depending on your brow artist, or where you have your tattooing performed, however you can expect to pay anywhere between $800-$1,500 for the service.