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Feather Eyebrow Tattoo

Feather Touch Brow tattooing, also known as microblading, is a form of semi-permanent makeup. It generally lasts anywhere from 12-18 months depending on your skin type. The feathering technique utilised means each stroke is carefully drawn on one-by-one to give the illusion of natural hairs, thereby creating a more natural look that will blend in with your existing brows. Feather tattooing is an ideal solution for a range of clients. From those who have sparse or thin brows, over-plucked brows, or those wanting the ease of a filled-in brow every day without having to apply makeup. 

Your professional tattoo artist (Hiral) will spend a considerable amount of time consulting with you first. Consultation involves discussing the shape and colour chosen for your brows. Your brows will then be drawn on so you get to see the shape before the procedure begins. Numbing cream is applied to keep any pain to a minimum.

​There are many factors that can contribute to the amount of time your semi-permanent makeup will last which is discussed in your in-depth consultations. 

A touch up session is highly recommended 4-6 weeks after your initial session to ensure the colour and shape is perfect.  ​

Ombre Brow Tattooing

​The other technique used for semi-permanent brows is also known as machine brows, mist brows, shading or ombre brow tattooing.  This technique is used for clients who have skin that is not suitable for microblading, ie. fine/sensitive skins, open pores, or for those who like to wear a full face of makeup and enjoy that filled-in look. In your consultation, Hiral will discuss if you would need machine shading as part of your brow tattooing service. Depending on your brows, a combination of both microblading and ombre tattooing can be used.

Microblading Feather Stroke Brows - $699

Ombre Brows - $699                                                        
Signature Combination Brows - $799 (Includes both Ombre and Microblading Feather Strokes)

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