Eyebrow embroidery is a natural and semi-permanent alternative that many have chosen in lieu of eyebrow tattooing. In eyebrow embroidery, a local anesthetic cream is first applied to the area to minimize pain during the process. Next, a technician uses a special embroidery tool to draw small ink lines that resemble eyebrow hairs along the brow line. Overall, the entire process takes approximately 45 minutes to one hour from start to finish, and the results offer full and polished eyebrows that can last up to three years.

Who can do Eyebrow Embroidery?

Whether you have sensitive skin that easily gets irritated or oily skin that is prone to breakouts and acne, you are a suitable candidate for eyebrow embroidery.

Some people mistakenly believe that this treatment is only for those who have sparse or thin brows – that is not true as well! If you have relatively thicker eyebrows but want a better shape or length so that you can cut down on the time spent drawing every morning, you certainly can opt for eyebrow embroidery as well.

However, take note that anyone taking Accutane or any blood-thinning medications, or anyone who is pregnant or nursing, is discouraged from undergoing this brow procedure.

What to look out for before doing eyebrow embroidery service?

We know it’s tempting to just book the cheapest salon you can find because brow embroidery sessions aren’t the cheapest beauty services around, but remember that you pay for the quality you get. Also consider the fact that your brows (good or bad) will stick with you for at least the next year: a good job done will save you money spent on brow products in the long run, while a bad brow job will require more money to do touch ups.

It is highly recommended that you do your research thoroughly, and be sure to choose a salon with work you love and an ambience you feel comfortable with. You can also bring in a few reference photos and some selfies of how you normally style your eyebrows so that your brow technician can get a better gauge of the design you prefer.

How long does the process take?

The entire appointment, including all the prep work, is generally about one and a half hours, however, the eyebrow embroidery process for touch up for your next appointment will just take about 45 minutes to an hour, depending on the kind of brows that you currently have and want to achieve. If you have very thin brows and are looking to get much fuller-looking ones, it will certainly take some time for the job to be done.

Is it Painful?

Before beginning the embroidery, your brow technician will apply numbing cream all over your eyebrows to minimize the pain. According to most people who have undergone eyebrow embroidery before, it feels just like threading or tweezing – not the most pleasant of sensations, but certainly a bearable level of pain!

Any Aftercare Advice?

After the procedure, you are recommended to gently wash your eyebrows each morning and night with water and an antibacterial soap that is gentle on the skin. 

Your brow salon should also provide you with aftercare ointment – apply a sufficient amount on a cotton swab and spread it across the treatment area. Do not over-apply or apply on wet skin, as this will suffocate your skin and delay healing.

The general guideline is that you should avoid facials, botox, chemical treatments or microdermabrasion for four weeks. intense exercise for one week, and long hot showers for the first week.

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