Like any major cosmetic procedure, eyebrow tattooing has its advantages and disadvantages. Before deciding on this irrevocable step, it is worth carefully weighing the pros and cons, so as not to experience disappointment as a result of this painful and costly process.
Benefits of eyebrow tattooing
The very first and most obvious advantage of permanent makeup is getting rid of the need to “paint” eyebrows every day, which often requires accuracy and considerable effort. After all, not every woman has been endowed by nature with thick eyebrows with a perfect line!
The obvious advantages of eyebrow tattooing are daily time savings and beautiful well-groomed eyebrows, even if a woman is in the sauna, bath, bathes, or is simply damp from the heat.
From the first point, the second useful aspect of tattooing smoothly follows: the daily saving of several minutes of time that would be spent on eyebrow tinting. For a true woman, five to seven minutes in the morning can become, meanwhile, a real "treasure of time."
Finally, not every lady can boast of the ability to do makeup professionally, and in this sense, the procedure gives another huge plus. Day after day, tattooed eyebrows look as if their owner had just left a beauty salon, where the master has given the eyebrows a neat shape, saturated them with a natural shade and skillfully hid imperfections: scars, rarity of eyebrows or an irregular line, etc. Moreover, the tattoo, unlike a regular pencil, is not washed off with water and does not spread over a slightly sweaty face.
Disadvantages of eyebrow tattooing
It would seem, what disadvantages of eyebrow tattooing can make a woman abandon this step, if the advantages of this procedure are so serious and obvious? However, not everything is so simple, and before deciding on a visit to the master for the process of permanent makeup itself, you should take into account some of the disadvantages of this issue.
Among the disadvantages of eyebrow tattooing are irreversibility and painfulness of the procedure, several days of an unaesthetic "rehabilitation" period and a possible allergy to paint.
Firstly, the qualifications of the tattoo artist himself. He must be a real virtuoso and an artist, especially if the "field of work", ie. eyebrows are irregular in shape, too light in color, or hairs grow in them very rarely. So, it is easy to spoil light eyebrows by unsuccessfully choosing the tone of permanent paint - darker or lighter than usual, with a shade of "reddish", etc. The result is unnaturally bright, "drawn" eyebrows, which are almost impossible to correct.
The second important point is the painfulness of the procedure and unpleasant "peeling" of the skin for several days after the procedure. It is necessary to ask the master in advance about how many days the dead epidermis will leave, what preparations should be used to lubricate the eyebrows during this period.
Finally, it is necessary to pass a test for possible allergies from contact with permanent paint - this nuance can be decisive when deciding whether to do or refuse eyebrow tattooing.