Be Careful When Getting an Eyebrow Tattoo
3 December 2019 onur
Eyebrow tattoo or eyebrow aesthetics is not my thing.
I don’t do it. It is performed by beauticians in beauty centers. But there is some commonality with my work.
When getting an eyebrow tattoo or eyebrow contour design, be careful not to go beyond your original eyebrow contour. If you give an aging person with low eyebrows a pair of eyebrows that are higher than their original position, this tattoo may rise even higher after the future forehead lift / eyebrow lift procedures.
In other words, eyebrows tattooed at a high position eliminate the chance of forehead lift, temple lift and eyebrow lift in the future.
Most of the time, patients think that eyebrow tattoo is temporary, but this is not the case. Eyebrow tattoos are said to disappear in a year, but they do not disappear on their own but mostly just fade. They assume a gray, ash-like color and you get repeat applications at regular intervals to darken the fading tattoo. With each application, the pigment settles into the skin a little more.
These tattoos can sometimes be erased by laser and sometimes not.
Laser application to eyebrows also causes the original eyebrows in the application area to shed.
It is not possible to protect the eyebrows while erasing the tattoo between them.
Therefore, be careful when getting a permanent tattoo between your eyebrows.
Never sacrifice your own eyebrows to get a tattoo.
That would be complete madness.
Think about what you’ll do when that eyebrow model goes out of style or when you get bored with it.
Some of the people who followed the fashion and got thick eyebrow tattoos a couple of years ago are now walking around like Mr. Bean. That’s funny.
If – for any reason – your eyebrows have shed and you are thus getting contours, do not go more than 1-2 millimeters above the original line.
If your eyebrows are sparse, all needle procedures you will get to make them look fuller may further thin out your original eyebrows.
And if you absolutely have to get it done, go to someone who does their job really well.
That’s all my suggestions for now.
Take good care…
… of yourself and your beauty.