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    Posted: Jan 31 2014 at 2:09am
I kind of do. Well my brows look thicker than the girl who made this blog but they could be thicker. Would you guys try this? Its called 3d Eyebrow Embroidery. Mostly done in Singapore, Korea, and Australia. I think theres a few shops in CA that do it now, but Cry thats too far

Heres the difference between regular eyebrow tattoos and the 3d embroidery

Process 
The Start of Eyebrow Designing (Before 3D Embroidery):
Removal of Eyebrow Makeup.


Eyebrow makeup is removed entirely before the start of eyebrow designing.

Revealing my pathetically naked brows – the scattered little hairs.




Removal of Excess Eyebrow Growth.




Shaving off the excess hairs around the eyebrows.




Eyebrow Designing.


The traditional sharpening of eyebrow pencil.

Now, let’s design the perfect eyebrows shape for me!












Kelly is very dedicated in her work, and is more than a perfectionist than I am.

The attitude that is much respected.


Eyebrow designing completed!

I look a little fierce due to the thick eyebrows but this is only
temporary for guidance of the embroidery procedure later on.



The Start Of 3D Eyebrow Embroidery:
Numbing Cream.




Numbing cream is applied and to be left on for 15-20 minutes.

If you are afraid of pain, you may request for the numbing cream
to be left on for half an hour. Whereas for my case, I am pretty
much used to pain by now so 15 minutes works fine.



Preparation of 3D Eyebrow Embroidery Tools:
Blade, Needles and Colour.

Every set of eyebrow embroidery blades and needles are brand new for each individual customer – for hygeience purposes. Customers can be well assured that the sets used are brand new because at the end of eyebrow embroidery session, they will be given their very own used blades and needles – for touch-up one week later, if needed – or purely for keepsake.

No sets will be reused.


The set of eyebrow embroidery blades and needles.

The blade and needles are not as scary as it seems.
This is magnified a thousand times for you to have a closer look.


In usual cases, only a shade of brown is needed. Due to my naturally dark-coloured (and very sparse) eyebrows, she had to mix in two shades of colours – blackish and brownish – for my eyebrow embroidery.




3D Eyebrow Embroidery Starts Now
Working on my right eyebrow.









Was There Any Pain?

It may look painful with the needles pulling on your skin and you can hear the harsh sound of scrabbing – tsak tsak tsak – but no, there was no pain at all. The numbing cream works well, and her hands are fast. She is really skillful with the procedure as well – living up to her ten years plus of experience.




3D Eyebrow Embroidery
Next, we are working on my left eyebrow.




Procedure is the same so there was not much photos taken for the left eyebrow.




The Final Look.


After close to two hours, I have my full eyebrow completed!

It is normal to look like Crayon Shin-chan クレヨンしんちゃん
蜡笔小新
 right after treatment. Do note that you will look
more like one the next day, and coming few days.

Be very prepared.



After-care Tips:

A small bottle of cream is provided for daily application – which will make your brows really oily. Bear with it for a week and you will have your beautiful and natural eyebrows for the next two years. :)

✿ Apply the cream daily for a week – until peeling is completed
✿ Avoid water contact – just pat dry (do not rub) if the brows comes in contact with water
✿ Do not peel off scabs
✿ Expect the after-scabbing effect to be about 50% of the original thickness right after treatment – if you are only just about satisfied with the colour right after embroidery, it is advisable to work on a second darker layer



The Recovery Process:

Day 1.


The Crayon Shin-chan クレヨンしんちゃん 蜡笔小新 look.
Eyebrows are thick and reddish with a slight swell.


Day 3.


Peeling has started on the left brow.
Do not rub or peel off the scabs.



Day 5.


Peeling has started on the right brow as well.
And the itching starts haunting.


The brows looks terrifying at this point of time because they are in patches, and
makeup is not advisable as the brows are healing. It got me worrying for awhile -
what if the eyebrows stay this way forever?

Well, all my worries were gone two days later.


Day 7.


Peeling is completed and the colours have blended in well.

So much love for my perfectly shaped
eyebrows now, and they look really natural!


Source: http://blog.effynius.com/2014/01/08/3d-eyebrow-embroidery-at-perfect-brow-house/


Edited by MsBella - Jan 31 2014 at 2:20am
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I got mine tattooed a few weeks ago. No more filling in nada
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How do you like them? Did they do the hairline stroke method or a diff type?
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Love it. I'm pretty sure her needle looked different but I'm not sure what the exact method is called
She did use a light to medium brown and not dark or black though. Makes a world of difference
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was it painful southern

...I'm thinking of getting mine done..I didn't inherit nice, thick brows my bro did though..ErmmLOLCry
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i wanna get this or the tinting 
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Originally posted by CherryBlossom CherryBlossom wrote:

was it painful southern

...I'm thinking of getting mine done..I didn't inherit nice, thick brows my bro did though..ErmmLOLCry

there's a part where she ran the needle over to "open the skin" so the lidocaine could penetrate more. that hurt. i had to close my eyes tight and bear down. 
after that lidocaine sat long enough, we got started and i only felt the vibrating of the machine


coco,
i don't know if it was because i was sweating working out, or because i washed my hair in shower, but my brow tint only lasted a few days. 
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i think that the woman had a great job. i was looking at a similar 3D technique on some brow guru from london's website. i would love to have permanent brows, but i am too scared.
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After the tint faded were you left with spaces?@ Southern what color are they now like dark brown? Will yours last two years as well?
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Meh.  It's nothing for me to fill them in each day with a brow pencil or marker.  F*ck tattoos, concealer brow, and all that other ish.
 
It does look nice and natural though. Tongue


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