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Thanks to the invention of eyebrow embroidery we can safely say that it’s a lifesaver for all of us. Beauty treatment is not only for cosmetics, but the features from it also mean it can improve the quality of your life, mainly because you can save a lot of time getting ready instead of committing to the routine for perfectly-groomed brows. And because each of us has different types of eyebrows, it makes sense to have different styles of eyebrow embroidery treatment as well, to cater to your needs. Read on to find out more.

Essentially, eyebrow embroidery treatment utilizes a technique known as microblading, and it’s touted to be the finer, better version of traditional tattoos. The procedure calls for an esthetician to insert deeply-pigmented inks into the topmost layer of your skin with tiny needles. And depending on the technique, strokes, and the number of different colour pigments used, the procedure comes with several types to cater to different types of brows and the look that you’re going for.

Eyebrow Embroidery Styles That You Can Choose

Powder Brows Embroidery

Also known as the Misty Brows treatment, the technique involves using needles to create micro dots. Two different shades are used to create an ombre effect, starting from the lighter shade and ends with the darker one at the tail end. This effect is suitable for everyone, but we highly recommend it for one with thin and sparse-looking eyebrows, for a more demure, elegant look.

6D Microblading Eyebrow Embroidery

This technique is for anyone looking for full, perfectly-groomed brows. Instead of inserting pigments into dots, the technique uses tiny needle blades (known as nanoblade) dipped into the pigments and inserted into the topmost surface of your skin, creating a brush-strokes effect that will look as real hair brows, as naturally as possible. This particular technique is perfect for anyone that have solid eyebrows, to begin with, and wants to add more natural depth and volume to their own.

Microshading Eyebrow Embroidery

This particular eyebrow embroidery technique is a mix of powder and microblading embroidery that’s suitable to create a certain effect, depth, and fullness while still retaining the natural look of your eyebrows, perfect for anyone with thin and super fine eyebrows to begin with.

Compared to the previous eyebrow embroidery that is more focused on the technique for focused results, Microshading is a lot more varied depending on the individual’s eyebrows and the look they’re looking for. 

How To Know Which Eyebrow Embroidery Is The One For Me?

Because of different types of eyebrow embroidery, it’s likely you won’t know for sure what you’ll be getting and instead, the workaround is to discuss with us your concern and the look that you want for your eyebrows. From there, your esthetician will analyze your eyebrows, your face shape, and the end result, to determine which eyebrow embroidery treatment is best to bring out the intended look for your eyebrows.

There’s a good reason why eyebrow embroidery is the go-to treatment for a lot of us. As one of the facial features, the eyebrows work to add definition to the face, creating a subtle ‘frame’ to the whole visage, and it can affect the whole look. That said, not all of us know the correct way to groom the brows on our own and potentially cause a disaster. So why not avoid it from happening (again) with a session of eyebrow embroidery instead?

What Does Eyebrow Embroidery Treatment Mean?

eyebrow embroidery

Also known as microblading, eyebrow embroidery treatment is a form of tattooing. The treatment involves by inserting a semi-permanent pigment into the skin via needles. And instead direct insertion to the skin, the technique is done by using brush strokes to create a more natural look for the brows. Done correctly, the result will make your eyebrows look thicker, lush, and properly groomed.

And the treatment itself is not new; started in ancient China as a way for high-rank women to look polished and beautiful, the technique made its way back again in the beauty world. Starting from here in Singapore and Malaysia, and now it’s catching up all over the world. And suffice it to say the latest technology has improved the method tremendously and given remarkable results(see our real testimonials and feedback here).

The reason why people would go for the treatment is simply to get the brows they want without having to spend doing the routine every day. After all, not all of us are blessed with the skills to ensure the brows look top-notch every morning. Plus, the time and energy you need to master the skills needed is another matter as well.

So, why not wake up with properly groomed eyebrows every single morning and use the extra time to do something that you love instead? But first, let’s dive in to learn how the treatment works for you.

How Does Brow Embroidery Work?

The treatment starts with a consultation where a brow artist will thoroughly explain to you the treatment for you to make an informed decision. The discussion can range from the pros, cons, and the suitability of the treatment itself for you. The consultation is done thoroughly to ensure that the end result is well-communicated before translating into your eyebrows on the day of the treatment.

Prior to the treatment, it’s a requirement to come without wearing any makeup and other steps needed (if applicable) to ensure a smooth process during the embroidery.

The process starts with the brow artist trimming and lining the shape of the desired eyebrow as discussed from the previous consultation. The brow artists will begin by applying a layer of numbing cream to minimize any potential discomfort. After a few minutes, your brow artist will infuse pigments in tiny amounts to the top layer of the skin, using disposable needles. The whole process will take approximately two hours, and you may request more application of numbing cream to minimize any pain or discomfort as much as possible.

After the whole treatment is done, it’s natural to see your eyebrows look darker than what you’d expect – the true shade will come out in four to six weeks. And within that time frame, another session is scheduled for touch-ups.

There’s no specific requirement for downtime per se, you can continue with your daily life and you can enjoy the benefits of having well-groomed eyebrows for a few years.

Yes, you read that right, eyebrow embroidery treatment can last for years.

How Long Does Eyebrow Embroidery Treatment Last?

Done correctly and with proper care, the eyebrow embroidery done to your brows can last up to two years, although the results may vary for each individual. It largely depends on several factors such as committing to annual touch-ups, daily lifestyle, your skincare routine as well as your skin type that’ll determine how long the treated brows can last.

To ensure that your eyebrow embroidery lasts as long as possible, proper care is needed both before and after the session.

Things I Need To Take Care Of The Eyebrows After Treatment

As for eyebrow care post-op, you can expect mild scabbing and peeling of the skin while the skin heals itself from the treatment. It’s not advisable to pick and peel the affected skin as it can interrupt the skin’s healing process. And the habit will also affect the pigments within the skin. As for cosmetics, it is best to leave the newly-treated eyebrows be, and to avoid applying any form of makeup products to the brows for the first two weeks also for the same reason. Instead, apply an aftercare healing cream diligently to ensure you’ll get the results you want for your eyebrows

What’s most important after getting your eyebrows done is to avoid getting them wet, especially for the first 48 hours. Use facial wipes instead of washing your face with a normal cleanser and keep the face away while in the shower. Avoid sun exposure to the face for the first two weeks as the UV rays can fade out the fresh pigments within the skin.

Am I A Good Candidate For Eyebrow Embroidery?

Generally speaking, everyone regardless of gender and age can get eyebrow embroidery for their brows and it can be beneficial especially to anyone suffering from hair loss-related reasons such as alopecia and chemotherapy, or just having thin and sparse eyebrows, to begin with. The only exclusion is if you need to take blood-thinning medications regularly that it’s advisable to not undergo this treatment or a woman who’s currently pregnant and nursing as there’s no definite conclusion from the health experts yet.

In conclusion, eyebrow embroidery is definitely one of the ways for you to save your time to get ready. Plus, waking up to perfectly-groomed brows can surely be a good way to start your day!

If you’re reading this, I’m sure you did a bit of research on eyebrow embroidery and by the looks of it, it seems like it’s a treatment that you can do. And yes, virtually everyone can get their eyebrows done with this treatment, to a degree as there are still a number of conditions that you need to know if you’re eligible for it. In fact, it’s one of the things that a good esthetician will check to ensure you’re the right candidate. Here’s why.

At the essence, eyebrow embroidery is a semi-permanent makeup developed to cater to anyone looking for ways to uplift and improve the look of their eyebrows. Whether it’s thin, sparse, not even on both sides, or just a tiny touch-up to make it fuller; virtually anyone can do it and I’d say it’s the better alternative than traditional tattoos for the eyebrows. 

Conditions That You Can’t Get An Eyebrow Embroidery

If you have extremely oily skin then it’s likely that you’re not a good candidate for eyebrow embroidery. While a little bit of sebum is normal, too much of it can cause the skin to exfoliate faster, making the pigments embedded within fade at a higher rate than just normal oily skin would, creating the need for more frequent touch-ups. If you’re not sure if your oily skin can be an issue, it’s best to have your esthetician take a look and decide if eyebrow embroidery is still possible for you. 

As eyebrow embroidery involves inserting pigments into the skin, there’s a risk of infection and we intend to keep it at bay. However, your condition can contribute to a higher chance of it occurring, and for safety reasons that makes you ineligible for the treatment. Notable causes include if you’re pregnant or nursing; having lupus, skin issues such as eczema and dermatitis, as well as other health issues that can cause you a compromised immune system. 

Keep in mind, if you’re taking isotretinoin-based medications or blood-thinning medications are highly discouraged from undergoing this treatment at least a year before to ensure your health is back to its state. The medication is particularly notable as it alters the skin’s condition to become thinner and drier, as well as weakening the immune system. As for blood thinning medications, refrain from taking them for as long as 5 days otherwise it can increase the chance of heavy bleeding during the procedure. 

For technical-related issues can also contribute to the reason you’re not the right candidate for eyebrow embroidery. For example, having allergies to metals (such we’ll be using needles for the treatment), pigments, and numbing cream that are used for eyebrow embroidery can be a hindrance for you to getting the best results from the treatment. If you have any allergies, it’s important to inform your esthetician during the consultation to ensure no unwanted side effects happen to you. It’s important for you to understand that the conditions shown above are not meant to prevent you from getting eyebrow embroidery but rather as a safety precaution to ensure you can maximize the results as intended. For peace of mind, it’s always a good idea to ask our esthetician regarding the procedure and to confirm if there’s a possibility you can still get an eyebrow embroidery treatment.