It is highly recommended to do a consultation prior to your cosmetic brow tattoo appointment. Morgan will discuss with you what style and methods of tattoo may be suitable for you, discuss shape, and colour, and answer questions you may have about the treatment.
A test patch can be performed behind your ear for precaution. Time permitting, she may measure up and draw a brow shape for you, so you have a better idea of how the cosmetic tattoo may look.
Please take time to familiarize yourself on the Cosmetic Tattoo Eligibility Checklist. It is your responsibility to check the information provided if you have not booked a consultation appointment. If you arrive for your initial tattoo appointment and you’re not eligible, your deposit will be forfeited, and your appointment will need to be rescheduled.
If you require more information an in-depth Cosmetic Brow Tattoo Information Sheet is available to be emailed upon request, or book in a consult to discuss further.
If you have an old brow tattoo which was performed by another technician, a consult is required to discuss options and expectations.
Morgan does not ‘touch up’ anyone else’s tattoo work, as correcting and covering a previous brow tattoo can be quite technical. This is charged as an initial tattoo, then maintenance session prices are applicable in future.
This style can have many different names like hair stroke, 3D brows, feathering, microblading, embroidery etc. The feathering method has become incredibly popular in recent years. It creates a very natural, lifelike looking brow.
The microblading technique is created by using a small disposable hand tool, which has many tiny needles in a row. The microblade is dipped in pigment then manually lightly scratched into the skin. This can be the most natural looking technique.
This method does not last as long as ombre / powder / block colour brows and is never completely even until after your adjustment session (which needs to be within 4-6 weeks after your initial tattoo).
It is perfect for people who already have quite good hair coverage, and for those who want to fill in gaps in their eyebrows where hair is missing. This is because the strokes can be made to mimic the natural hair in colour, thickness and the growth angle.
It can even work very well for creating a complete brow where little to no hair exists. This technique may not suit all skin types. The hair strokes can blur and the strokes may not stay as crisp, particularly on oily skin types / open pores.
The powder fill method involves the application of thousands of tiny little dots of pigment, inserted into the skin, gradually building up a colour and a defined shape. This method of tattooing uses a Digital Tattoo Machine which most people are familiar with.
It is similar to a normal tattoo machine where you feel the buzzing and vibration. The pigment usually lasts longer when applied in this manner because it is covering the whole brow.
However, many people are unsure of this method looking too bold or unnatural, because it can have a more solid and defined look than hair strokes.
What many people don’t realize is, that it can be made to look very natural by not saturating the full brow shape 100% with pigment. This is done using more of an ombre technique to soften areas and make it look less harsh and sharp, or you can even do a light mist of colour to naturally enhance your shape.
This technique can be great for people who have a lot of brow hair; who have oily skins; who tend to powder in their brows, or who want more of a dramatic look.
This style of brow is a combination of the 2 techniques above.
It aims to add fullness, texture and dimension to the brows.
It can be done in many ways, from getting a lighter full ombre colour in your first session, then placing the hair strokes in a darker colour to add texture and realism over the top at the adjustment session.
The other option is to use both methods in the same session, by placing hair strokes and defining other areas with ombre to create more dimension and enhance the shape.
The adjustment session must be performed within 4-6 weeks after your initial brow tattoo.
This enables Morgan to tweak and perfect the colour and shape as much as possible. Depending on your skin type and the type of tattoo, only so much can be done at the first session. The tattoo process takes time and cannot be rushed.
The perfecting session must be performed no longer than 6 weeks after your initial tattoo, otherwise it will be priced as a maintenance session.
Everyone’s skin holds tattoo pigment differently and because of this many people need touch ups at different stages.
There can be many factors as to why your brow tattoo may fade over time and may need re-touching. It may be due to your skin type, your age, metabolism, how your body disperses the pigment, what products you have used (peels, strong facial products, products containing acids / vitamins), how you have looked after them, exposure to UV light, etc.
You can have a maintenance session at any time after your tattoo. You may want to tweak the colour / shape or just have a ‘freshen up’ of your brows.
0 – 6 months – $140
6 – 12 months – $195
12 – 18 months – $350
18 – 24 months – $450
For durations beyond 2 years, the price is the same as initial appointments.
Times are based from when you had your last tattoo appointment.
*For future appointments you are responsible for notifying Morgan if any aspect of your medical history, health concerns or medications have changed prior to any treatment given.
Additional touch up sessions or minor tweaks may be necessary depending on how your skin holds the pigment. This is performed 4-6 weeks later, after your adjustment session or maintenance session. The additional touch up may be necessary particularity if Morgan is correcting or covering an old tattoo.