Why we love Ombre Brow Tattoo

We want to remind everyone that Ombre Brow Tattoo still reigns supreme and can look very natural…despite what google shows you. 

We understand that googling eyebrow tattoo before and after photos can look a little scary. The highest-ranking photos tend to be botched, harsh jobs. But we’re here to remind you that eyebrow tattoo can look as natural as you want it to be.

In fact, we often have clients wanting a super natural look, come back to us once their brows are healed for a darker shade! This is because from your appointment to the end of your brow tattoo healing phase, your brows can fade 30% - 50%.

So, whilst you might think a fresh brow tattoo looks quite dark, in a matter of weeks they will soften to become a beautiful natural colour. The healing time is generally 4-6 weeks.

Here are some FAQs on Ombre Brow Tattoo.

What are the different types of Brow Tattooing?

This is a common question because there are so many brow tattoo names thrown around – many for marketing purposes only. The most common brow tattoo techniques are;

Read more about the various techniques we offer here.

Is Ombre Brow Tattoo customisable?

Yes of course! During your personal consult with one of our Brow Tattoo specialists, we will discuss your brow goals. Some of the things we will discuss are;

  • Are you looking for a more natural or defined look?
  • What shade will best suit your skin colour?
  • What is your skin type and what the best technique is to suit this?
  • Is there any asymmetry we need to correct?

How long does ombre brow tattoo last?

Ombre brows last up to 2 years and you may require a touch up at 12-18months.

Can Ombre Brow Tattoo be corrected?

If you have had an Ombre Brow Tattoo elsewhere and you are unhappy with the results, you may book a consult at Alison Jade to determine if we are able to correct them without removal. This can only be determined on a case-by-case basis.

To book a Brow Tattoo consult with Alison Jade, click here.  

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