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November 15, 2016

Eyebrow embroidery procedure is getting extremely prevalent in Asia. More and more women are yearning for a set of beautiful, straight and thick natural eyebrows to help them look their best. The process of eyebrow embroidery involves injecting a specific pigment into your skin which requires a certain amount of downtime and this semi-permanent procedure can last up to two years. Eyebrow embroidery is an excellent choice for ladies who want to reduce the time spend on doing their makeup, to enhance their existing eyebrows to make it more prominent or for those who just want to seek a natural look. The possibility is endless.


 Here is what a freshly 6D embroidered eyebrow looks like!


One of the most common questions is the duration of downtime period after eyebrow embroidery. Contrary to popular belief, the downtime period is actually not very long. You will not need to hide yourself in your room, and it also will not disrupt your day to day tasks. After a week of your eyebrow embroidery procedure, your skin will begin to dry up and scabs will start to peel off. The recovery process is completed when your skin begins to uncover a pair of newly, fresh eyebrows. The time it takes for your eyebrows to heal can often lead to discomfort and irritation for certain individuals.


Have you recently had this procedure done and want some tips on how to manage your new eyebrows? Check out these tips to ensure that you enjoy your new look.


Eyebrow Embroidery After Care


Cream - After your procedure, you'll be given a cream that helps your eyebrows stay moisturized. Apply this cream 3 to 4 times a day for about a week and a half until your eyebrows starts to peel.


Makeup - Avoid applying makeup around your eye region so that you don't clog any pores. You will want to keep your eyebrows clear of any makeup products for about a week or two.


Avoid moisture - Keep your eyebrows dry and avoid water at all costs. This helps speed up the healing and improves a positive experience. You should also avoid sweating, and should your eyebrows get wet, make sure to gently pat dry them.


Healing - Once the scab peels off and heals properly, chances are your eyebrows will be slightly lighter in color. This is completely natural and you should set your expectations in place. Sometimes, you might require a touch up to restore the color and pigment you are after.


These eyebrow embroidery tips can help you get the best experience from this cosmetic procedure. Join the other women who are looking to improve their overall appearance by turning to this aesthetic technique today.


Call us now at 65 8181 3979 for a free consultation or book your appointment at www.browstudio.expert if you can't wait!



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