Eyebrow Tattoo Average Cost in Australia

The tattooing of eyebrows is becoming more common, with eyebrow tattoos now available at many beauty salons. If you are considering having your eyebrows tattooed, it is important to remember that your hair will not grow back once the procedure has been completed.

This means that if you later decide this isn’t for you or you want some corrections, it can be quite difficult to restore the shape of your brows without additional procedures.

It’s important to keep in mind that some people do need some sort of intervention when it comes to their eyebrows anyway (i.e., if they’ve lost part or all of an eyebrow permanently due to illness). 

Background on Eyebrow Tattoo Costs & Procedures 

To be clear, eyebrow tattoos do not involve the use of a needle to inject ink into your skin. Rather, a machine with tiny needles attached is used to place microscopic amounts of pigment underneath the surface of your skin.

In other words, it’s more like a branding iron rather than a tattoo needle! The process takes about one hour and has been reported to cost roughly $300 per session in Australia. 

After all, is said and done, you should see results that will last for 5-7 years. What Are The Possible Side Effects? Although eyebrow tattoos generally have good cosmetic effects, there are still some potential risks involved with going through this process. Similar to any other type of tattooing, eyebrow tattoos can sometimes fade unevenly.

In addition, pigment from the tattoo can seep into surrounding areas and cause a foreign body response. 

This is generally not dangerous but it does mean you may have a bumpy scar in your brow area for life. There is also the risk that your eyebrows will be destroyed by this process (i.e., they will never look right again) or they might overgrow and prevent airflow to the skin, which could lead to serious infections – both of these scenarios are rare but they do occur.

Because there are risks involved with getting eyebrow tattoos (and because most people don’t need them), many cosmetic pros advise against doing this procedure if you are in good health and work out regularly. For example, pro athletes that constantly break their brows during games may want to consider avoiding this type of permanent brow shaping.

What are the reasons that people get their eyebrows tattooed?

Eyebrow tattoos have become quite popular, especially with women.

Some of the most common reasons for getting eyebrow tattooing include: plucking your eyebrows to achieve a particular look that only achieves relief for a short amount of time; over-plucked brows caused by stress; changing hair color; changing the natural shape of eyebrows; lost eyebrows due to Alopecia (hair loss); no eyebrows (congenital conditions); scarring or surgical procedures after cancer treatments etc.

How is an eyebrow tattoo done?

The process of eyebrow tattooing involves inserting pigment in between layers of skin with small needles, which produces micro punctures in the skin. The dermis (the second layer of skin) contains a large number of blood vessels and nerves, which respond to injury by producing growth factors that stimulate the healing process.

In the first few days following tattooing, it is common for some swelling or bruising to appear. During this time you should avoid strenuous activity, alcohol consumption etc because these things may prolong the amount of time the affected area remains swollen/bruised.

If there has been trauma to an area within 1-2 weeks before eyebrow tattooing, your body will have released certain chemicals in response to this trauma. Tattoo ink can be restricted from being deposited if there is too much inflammation present at the time of treatment.

Therefore it is best to wait until any bruising or swelling has dissipated before having your tattoo done, which is usually around 2 weeks.

The healing time for an eyebrow tattoo is about 1-2 weeks because while the body heals itself it also flushes out ink pigment from the area. It takes a few treatments over some time to achieve the desired look because all tattoos require multiple visits for touch-ups and maintenance.

How much does eyebrow tattooing cost?

The eyebrow tattoo cost will vary depending on various factors such as quantity needed; location of treatment; individual’s experience etc. If you want to get an idea about how much eyebrow tattooing costs in Australia then you should contact different salons/clinics in your area.

You can find salons/clinics by searching Google, Yellow Pages or checking out review boards like Yelp.

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