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tinyfingers
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Eyebrow Tattoo

Postby tinyfingers » Mon, 04 Jul 2005 1:16 am

Would like to find out more about eyebrow tattoo. What exactly is it and who is suitable to go for it?

Anyway who has done it before would like to share their experience? Where is there eyebrow tattoo and is good?

Thanks a million!

TattooGal

Postby TattooGal » Mon, 04 Jul 2005 5:34 pm

Hi I've done it before...
Happy to share my experiences but first i gotta ask what skin type are you.
Cos if you have very oily skin/sensitive skin, ,my advice is to stay away.

Cos my face is very oily so after a few months my tattoo (actually its not really called tattoo la...now the term is Eyebrow Embroidery :D ) faded.

If u got money to throw, go Jean Yip. Otherwise those beauty salons in Tampines, Jurong, Tiong Bahru have tons of such salons.

TIong Bahru MRT opp has this place called Allure. They specialise in eyebrow embroidery. U can check it out. They're quite good. Costs about $200 to get ur brows done.

When close up, u can tell its tattooed. But further away, like 10 meters, it looks natural. I"ve given up on tattooing already. I"ve done it TWICE to touch up those faded areas but my face is seriously oily and the color keeps coming off.

Now I've resorted to drawing my own brows.
One thing to note: ur brow must match ur hair. So if u tattoo dark brown, but decide to bleach your hair, it's just gonna look BAD.

Hope this helps ;)

jericatina

Re: Eyebrow Embroidery / Tattoo

Postby jericatina » Tue, 12 Jul 2005 8:36 am

Hi

There is a diff of eyebrow tattoo and eyebrow embroidery.

Last time pple used to do eyebrow tattoo which you can see it very obviously. But eyebrow embroidery is different. It is very natural and just like after make-up results.

For eyebrow embroidery, some pple who have oily skin may have to do a touch up after the 1st embroidery cos colour fade easily but not to worry, i find it quite worth to do as it really save you alot of time to draw your eyebrow if you are going out. I have mine done too.

Great to share all this!

Regards
Jerica

Hazel'g

Re: Eyebrow Embroidery / Tattoo

Postby Hazel'g » Wed, 13 Jul 2005 2:00 pm

jericatina wrote:Hi

There is a diff of eyebrow tattoo and eyebrow embroidery.

Last time pple used to do eyebrow tattoo which you can see it very obviously. But eyebrow embroidery is different. It is very natural and just like after make-up results.

For eyebrow embroidery, some pple who have oily skin may have to do a touch up after the 1st embroidery because colour fade easily but not to worry, i find it quite worth to do as it really save you alot of time to draw your eyebrow if you are going out. I have mine done too.

Great to share all this!

Regards
Jerica




Hi Jerica,
Can i know where you go for your embroidery?
Is it expensive?
I heard from my friend that after the first embroidery, your eyebrow will look real dark and ugly coz there is a layer of 'thick skin' on it. But after a week, it will peal off. But the colour will fade off. So a 2nd embroidery is needed. Is it true?
Then in this case how much does 2 embroidery cost??
:)

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eyebrow tattoo

Postby stardusta » Fri, 15 Jul 2005 7:02 pm

Hi,
For many years I have had to use pencil to draw in my brow line.

In Feb this year I had my eyebrows tattooed. For approx 1 week the color was very dark. over the next 2 weeks the scabbing healed & the color toned down.


After approx 5 weeks I went back to have my brow line retouched, this was because the scabbing had left a couple of tiny gaps.


My only regret is that I did not have it done years ago.

this has been great for my confidence not to mention time saving when applying makeup.

I have since had my eyeline tattooed. This is one very happy customer.[size=18][/size] 8)

jericatina

Re: Eyebrow Embroidery / Tattoo

Postby jericatina » Tue, 26 Jul 2005 8:02 am

Hi

If you want to know more abt my eyebrow embroidery, you can email me at jericatina@mailcity.com

Hear from you soon.


Hazel'g wrote:
jericatina wrote:Hi

There is a diff of eyebrow tattoo and eyebrow embroidery.

Last time pple used to do eyebrow tattoo which you can see it very obviously. But eyebrow embroidery is different. It is very natural and just like after make-up results.

For eyebrow embroidery, some pple who have oily skin may have to do a touch up after the 1st embroidery because colour fade easily but not to worry, i find it quite worth to do as it really save you alot of time to draw your eyebrow if you are going out. I have mine done too.

Great to share all this!

Regards
Jerica




Hi Jerica,
Can i know where you go for your embroidery?
Is it expensive?
I heard from my friend that after the first embroidery, your eyebrow will look real dark and ugly because there is a layer of 'thick skin' on it. But after a week, it will peal off. But the colour will fade off. So a 2nd embroidery is needed. Is it true?
Then in this case how much does 2 embroidery cost??
:)


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