What is procedure of temporary eyebrow tattoo?

Posted: April 26, 2014 in Beauty and Makeup, Eyebrow tattoo London
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Eyebrow tattoos treatment is also known as permanent eyebrows. An eyebrow tattoo is permanent eyebrow makeup. Considered a beauty process by most insurance companies, eyebrow tattoos are meant for people who have no eyebrow hair or very little. The process for applying eyebrow tattoos is known as intradermal micro pigmentation. Experts recommend taking the time to find a reputable, qualified technician to perform the procedure.



When having eyebrow tattoos applied, the technician can give the patient a local anesthetic. The first step in the procedure is to inject ink into the dermis using a vibrating needle. The dermis is the layer of skin that lies just under the epidermis, or top layer. Upon injection, a drop of ink is deposited where the needle punctured the skin. Once the procedure is completed, patients must wait up to three weeks for the tattoo to fade from its original dark color to the permanent shade of the tattoo.

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Eyebrow Tattoo Needles

A few dissimilar needles can be used to treatment of eyebrow tattoos. They are one- and two-prong needles and four- to seven-prong needles. One- and two-prong needles are round. They are used for filling in the eyebrow. Two-prong needles allow the ink to be injected into the skin fastly and evenly. Five-prong needles are most frequently used to fill in the eyebrow tattoo after the sketch is complete.

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Temporary Eyebrow Tattoos

Anyone hesitant whether or not eyebrow tattoos are the correct option should get impermanent eyebrow tattoos. Many dissimilar styles and colors of impermanent eyebrow tattoos are available. Jeema-Upton clinic allows women to apply their own temporary eyebrow tattoo, which is waterproof and smudge-proof. Anyone choosing to get a genuine eyebrow tattoo will have a tattoo custom designed and formed using an eyebrow tattoo machine.


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