Fast results with minimal downtime
- It doesn’t require surgery
- It’s painless
- It’s a faster procedure
- It’s affordable and cost-effective
- It looks more natural
- It requires minimal maintenance
- It’s longer lasting.
If you are forever drawing on your eyebrows or you want to save makeup prep time, you also want to look great 24 hours a day, achieve flawless results with our micro-pigmentation brow makeup technique. Beautifully designed eyebrows one hair stroke at a time. Feather touch brows are otherwise referred to as micro blading, eyebrow embroidery, micro stroking, and 3D Brows.
What is micro-pigmentation eyebrow make up?
Micro-pigmentation brow make up is also known as semi-permanent makeup, is a semi-permanent technique using colour pigment drawn onto the skin giving you natural-looking eyebrows. The technique used is natural feathering of hair-like strokes creating a beautifully designed brow.
So why semi-permanent, why not permanent?
Semi-permanent gives you the flexibility to change, down the track. Permanent tattoos don’t. In fact, permanent tattoos tend to fade to a dull blue shade that sticks around like a bad smell. Thus, going semi-permanent offers you the option of continuing with your current shape (by simply doing a “top-up” treatment) or completely reshape your eyebrows.
- Procedure time:1 to 2 hours
- Downtime:2- 5 days
- Duration of results:2 to 3 years
Is this the same as an eyebrow “tattoo”?
Yes, and no. Yes, it can be considered as a form of a tattoo, however, the pigments are distilled water-based (opposed to the common oil carrier-based pigments in conventional tattoos) thus resulting to a semi-permanent lasting result.
The work involved with micro-pigmentation brow makeup is only performed on the skin surface. Thus, making the procedure a MUCH SAFER treatment than traditional eyebrow tattoos. The colour can also be adjusted in alignment with the original eyebrow hair colour, which results in a realistic look and feel. Micropigmentation brow makeup creates the background and fills in the parts of the eyebrows that looked empty so that a full and complete look is accomplished. The “3D” effect gives it an added realism to the end result.