Eyebrow Tattoos from Headcovers
Eyebrows are a crucial part of what makes you look like yourself! They frame your features, define your makeup style, and help you express yourself to the fullest. However, it can be challenging to get the perfect eyebrow look every day, especially if you’ve experienced hair loss due to cancer, chemotherapy, alopecia, or other medical concerns.
If medical hair loss has impacted your natural brows, you might feel a bit overwhelmed by the many options on the market. Are permanent makeup eyebrows right for you, or does the idea of a tattoo scare you off? What about semi permanent eyebrows, or microbladed eyebrows? Will a temporary eyebrow tattoo be long-lasting enough for all-day wear? How much does an eyebrow tattoo cost? The experts at Headcovers are here to answer those questions and provide versatile solutions so you can find a look you love and regain your confidence after hair loss.
Temporary Eyebrow Tattoos
Let’s start with our favorite option when it comes to brow hair loss: the temporary eyebrow tattoo. Available in a wide selection of colors and shapes for both men and women, our temporary eyebrow tattoos are non-toxic and made from natural vegetable dyes. Temporary tattoos have several benefits, particularly if you’re just starting to explore your options after hair loss.
First, they’re completely safe. Our temporary tattoos are made from non-toxic, natural vegetable dyes. Second—and perhaps most importantly—they’re incredibly easy to use. They adhere to your skin in around 60 seconds, much like a children’s temporary tattoo, instantly creating the look of a perfectly shaped and filled brow. To affix them, all you need is an area of the brow bone where no hair exists. Each set lasts for two to three days and is waterproof, so you can shower, swim, and work out as usual. (They wipe off with makeup remover or baby oil.) Finally, our temporary eyebrows look totally natural. With so many silhouettes and colors to choose from, you’ll be able to find the perfect option for your face shape and complexion. To further personalize your look, you can also touch up your temporary tattoos with a waterproof and smudge proof makeup stick.
Permanent Eyebrow Makeup
If you’re looking for a longer-term solution to eyebrow hair loss, you might be interested in one of the many options for permanent eyebrow makeup. If that’s the case, experimenting with different shapes using temporary tattoos can be a great way to find the right look before you take the plunge. Once you’ve decided to take the leap, there are several types of permanent eyebrow makeup, including traditional tattoos, microblading, and hair stroke eyebrows.
When you first hear about eyebrow tattoos, you might imagine the heavy, clunky, and totally unnatural looks of decades past. Even though they provide the longest-lasting results, most people seeking permanent makeup shy away from traditional tattooing methods; because these types of eyebrow tattoos are done with a machine and stencil, they can look stark and heavy-handed. Instead, most modern makeup experts recommend microblading.
What is microblading eyebrows? In short, microblading is a technique that uses tiny needles to inject fine lines of ink into the superficial layers of your skin by hand, mimicking the look of natural hair. Microbladed brows look incredibly natural, but they do have some drawbacks. First, they’re not truly permanent; because microblading doesn’t reach as deeply as traditional tattooing, you’ll need touchups every one to three years. Microblading is also much more expensive than temporary tattoos; a good quality procedure can cost up to $1,500.
The procedure and results for hair stroke eyebrows are quite similar to microblading, but there are some minor disparities. The most significant one is that hair stroke eyebrows are drawn on with a very fine cosmetic tattooing machine, rather than by hand. This makes the process faster and less painful than microblading, but the results might not look as natural as a totally hand-drawn brow. Like microbladed brows, hair stroke brows will need to be touched up after about a year since the ink is only injected into the outer layers of the skin.
What’s Right for You?
Several factors will come into play when choosing your ideal solution for eyebrow hair loss, including cost, flexibility, and pain tolerance. Our temporary eyebrow tattoos can be an excellent option if you’re concerned about the expense and permanence of a procedure like microblading; they can also help you make a decision about your look before you go under the needle. If you’re ready to try out our temporary eyebrow tattoos, our experts are on hand to help you make the perfect pick! Call us at 1-800-264-HATS (4287) for thoughtful and compassionate guidance.