Eyebrow tattoos get you noticed but are not as deep as a ‘normal’ tattoo – new skin that is generated covers the pigment and when your skin and the pigment start to settle down (between weeks 2 and 4), you’ll notice that your eyebrows start to blossom.
They didn’t disappear in the first place; it was just harder to see them through a thicker layer of healing skin. If the colour is still weak or patchy at weeks 5 to 6, don’t worry! This is a delicate tattoo to heal, and this is why we do 2 sessions.
Semi permanent makeup is an art, not a science. Your results will vary and using a brow pencil or powder may still be needed, especially when wearing heavy coverage make up. Please remember that brow tattoos are only an enhancement to your natural brows. This is not necessarily a no maintenance treatment, but a low maintenance treatment. No two sides of the face are the same or perfectly symmetrical and whilst trying to obtain perfect symmetry is my goal, nothing is guaranteed or 100% perfect.