brow tattoo

Brow Tattooing

Definition of Cosmetic Tattoo

Cosmetic tattoos (brow tattoos) are temporary artworks that are placed on the skin with needles to achieve a desired look. They are also known as “temporary tattoos.” Cosmetic tattoos usually last for up to six months but may last longer with heavy sun exposure.
As time goes on, the popularity of this body art increased tremendously. All-in-all there are three types of cosmetic tattooing: surface (or temporary) tattoos, semi-permanent makeup and micro pigmentation.

Types of Tattoos and the Best Techniques for Brows

Tattoos are a form of body modification that is used by some as a permanent type of art. Brow Tattooing involves the insertion of dyes into the skin with needles to produce an image.
There are two types of brow tattoos: those that use solid colours and those that use limited colours. Solid colour tattoos require more time and resources than limited colour tattoos and it is more difficult to cover up or remove them after they have been done.

Brow Tattooing

Let’s look at Semi-Permanent Brow Tattoos.

Cosmetic tattooing eyebrows is a new technique for filling in sparse eyebrows and making them appear fuller, which can be an alternative to eyebrow makeup. Cosmetic tattooing of eyebrows is a procedure that tattoos the colour on the roots of the hair to match your natural eyebrow colour and this creates natural-looking eyebrows with 3D effects.

Let’s look at the benefits of micro-bladed eyebrows

Microblading is a perfect solution for anyone who wants to enhance their natural eyebrows. The procedure is semi-permanent and lasts up to 3 years, depending on the person and the maintenance and care they give to their new brows.

Eyebrows are essential because they frame our face and give it expression. Having expressive eyebrows can affect a person’s self-esteem by making them feel more confident in their appearance.

Microblading provides a solution to all these problems, making sure that the eyebrow is always perfectly shaped and styled, giving it expression, making sure that it doesn’t grow out of shape or look too thin, and enhancing your self-confidence by giving you an eyebrow makeover.

Brow Tattooing

Questions You Should Ask Your Tattoo Artist Before Getting Your Brow Tattoo.

Some people have been tattooed before, so they know what to expect. But as a first-timer, you might not know how the process works. Here are some tips on what to ask your tattoo artist before getting micro-bladed on your brows.

  • How long does it take for the tattooing process to be done?
  • What is the typical pain level during and after the session?
  • What should you do after a micro-blading session? -Is there enough room for my eyebrows to heal?
  • What kind of colouring can I expect after my tattooing process is done?

How Much Does It Cost to Get a Cosmetic Brow Tattoo?

This service with Lisa Millington can cost anywhere from $650-$1,000 for your first appointment which includes the consultation, design and application of the eyebrows.

Costs will depend on things like your original brows and your desired look. Also, keep in mind that aftercare will incur additional costs as well because you’ll need to buy special products such as topical antibiotics and ointments to take care of any skin irritation or redness.


Lisa Millington has an outstanding reputation in the Cosmetic Tattoo Industry from her peers and her clients. Lisa has an uncanny knack for putting her clients at ease and they have complete confidence that they are in the best hands possible.

Did you know that Lisa Millington is so respected in the Industry because she also trains the best cosmetic brow tattoo artists around Australia? If you or anybody you know is interested in learning the art, then please contact Lisa.

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