Today, eyebrow embroidery in Singapore is the latest beauty trend that interests many ladies and even men. It effectively draws attention to the eyes by undergoing a semi-permanent tattoo technique conducted by our experienced embroidery therapist. Similar to lip or eyeliner embroidery in Singapore, eyebrow embroidery can also produce fantastic results for your needs. Nevertheless, it is essential to care for the brows after the treatment to guarantee they stay longer.
Your brows will seem darker immediately following the treatment, but the colour will progressively lighten after a few weeks. It is critical at this time to take proper care of your brows throughout their healing phase.
To begin, it may itch slightly, but avoid scratching and rubbing the treated area, as this may interfere with the healing process. Also, because your skin will peel and scab off from time to time, you should avoid applying makeup to your brows. This is because the pigment is still setting in, and the makeup may impact the ultimate outcomes of your brow colour.
To clean your face, wipe your brows with facial tissues or moist cotton wool. Again, it is critical to prevent touching the area of your eyebrow embroidery, and you must especially avoid getting them wet.
The following points represent some of the most crucial steps in ensuring your eyebrows heal as optimally as possible:
- Never, ever scratch your brows. Please do not touch your brows since they may itch when peeling on the 4-5th day. Instead, let them peel naturally.
- Apply less makeup and skin care products to your brows for 1 to 2 weeks.
- During the first week, avoid strenuous activity.
- Swimming and other outdoor activities that make you sweat are not advised for a week.
The colour may fade by 20% to 40% once the scab goes off. This is very normal, so don’t be concerned. Good embroidery services should include a free touch-up because most customers will require it to level out the colours. This fading occurs differently for each person due to differences in metabolism, skin type, and skin healing pace.
Colour absorption varies according to skin type. For example, some skin absorbs colour better than others, while others peel more. So, if your brows seem uneven, unbalanced, or have any empty/faded areas after the initial treatment, don’t panic; this can be easily remedied during your touch-up appointment.
Because of the skin healing process, it is usual for your brow contour to decrease somewhat following recuperation. Since your skin regeneration renewal process takes at least 28 days, you may only touch up after 30 days.
It is common for the first colouring session to be lighter in colour and have more peeling because the dead skin is thicker. Post-secondary complimentary colour correction will be performed during touch-up, and the colour will soak better this time on your new skin.