An eyebrow tattoo is the cosmetic procedure of having an ink injected into the skin to create, fill in or darken the current eyebrow. You may have sparse eyebrows and want to have a fuller look or you may have light eyebrows and feel that have an eyebrow tattoo could give you more noticeable brows. Also there are those who have no eyebrows, due to a medical condition, over tweezing or maybe just not have much to start out with. These are all good reasons for getting the cosmetic procedure performed. However there are some questions about getting it done and here are the top questions I found.
Will it hurt?
Of course getting a tattoo can be painful to some. Many said it doesn’t hurt at all. This all depends on your threshold of pain. If you find that you are worried about the pain and can tolerate very little, you may want to find a professional that will offer local anesthetic. This can be applied as a spray or a cream before the tattoo begins to help minimize any discomfort.
Does they tattoo get lighter?
During the first two weeks the eyebrows may appear darker than what they will turn out to be in the end. The healing will take 10-14 days and after the eyebrow area peals you will then have a lighter color. If you don’t like the appearance you can let the technician know or wait until your follow-up appointment and see you how you like the look then.
How long does the eyebrow tattoo last?
The eyebrow tattoo can last for years or even a lifetime. The way to extend the life is to have touch-up appointments. This can be done every six months to every few years. These appointment will address any lightening issues of the eyebrow and some tattooing will be done to redefine the look.
How much does the procedure cost?
This can fluctuate from area to area or be different for each professional. The average cost seems to be around $400.
The best advice before getting an eyebrow tattoo.
Check with others you may know that has had it done and get their advice the procedure and who they used to do their eyebrow tattoos.
Check on the reputation of the professional you are having do the procedure.
Make sure he/she has done many eyebrow tattoos, not just tattoos.
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