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Cosmetic Tattooing is available via a fully qualified, insured and hygienic technician at DNA Beauty Therapy Rouse Hill
Eyebrow, eyeliner, lips, beauty spot and more all available by qualified technician with over 10 years experience.
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All new bookings will require a non-refundable $100 deposit to secure the booking and your consultation time, this is included in the below prices.
All touch up and colour boost appointments require a non-refundable $50 booking fee, this is included in the below costs. Deposit payments to be made at time of booking.
For example an eyebrow tattoo appointment is a total cost of $700. This includes your initial appointment and 1 touch up/perfecting appointment. So you would pay as follows –
- $100 deposit paid at time of booking to secure your spot
- $450 on day in cash
- $50 booking deposit for touch up (usualy 1-2 weeks prior, we call you to arrange)
- $100 on day in cash
Some clients (approx 1 in 5 people) will require a 2nd touch up to obtain your desired look. As the skin is a live tissue, the ink reacts differently with each individual. When done within 12 months this is an additional $250.
Tattoo Pricing – (please note, cash only on the day. Deposits can be paid by card)
|Eyebrow tattoo – shading technique||$550|
|Eyebrow tattoo – hair stroke/feathering technique(embroidery)||$550|
|Eyebrow tattoo – combination technique||$550|
|Eyeliner upper and lower||$650|
|Eyeliner with shadow||$550|
|Lash line enhancement||$400|
|Touch up within 3-6 weeks – eyeliner & eyebrows||$150|
|Touch up within 3-6 weeks – lips||$150|
|Colour boost before 12 months – eyeliner or eyebrows||$250|
|Colour boost before 12 months – lips||$300|
|Colour boost from 12 to 18 months – eyeliner or eyebrows||$300|
|Colour boost from 12 to 18 months – lips||$350|
|All procedures after 18 months at full price|
On the day of procedure please expect the following:
On the day of the procedure the shape, colour and suitable technique that best compliments client’s features will be established, and the client will fill out a health state questionnaire and an indemnity agreement. There will be pictures taken of “before” and with the new sketch. Then anaesthetic will be applied and equipment and colours be prepared. After achieving a comfortable level of pain control the procedure will be performed, and pictures taken of “after”.
After the procedure aftercare guidelines will be explained in detail and an aftercare product will be provided to ensure quick healing. The application of cosmetic tattoo usually doesn’t cause severe adverse reactions. Some redness and swelling may be expected but will subside within about 2 hours after the procedure. Please note that immediately after the procedure and predominantly the next day, cosmetic tattooing appears much darker than it would appear after the healing is complete, this may take 3 to 6 weeks.
On day 4 after the procedure, skin on the treated area will begin to peel (eyebrows, eyeliner) revealing the true colour of the new cosmetic tattoo. However, colour immediately after peeling appears quite light – gaining more intensity as skin heals. Skin peeling is usually completed by day 7. Lips take slightly longer to heal.
To achieve good results with the right intensity of colour, minimum 2 and sometimes 3 or more applications are required, colour needs to be built gradually to avoid eyebrows to be too dark, or – vice versa, to make eyeliner thicker and darker. For eyebrows in combination technique shading on the first application and hair stroke on the second application are performed.
Clients need to understand that cosmetic tattooing is NOT a one-go procedure, it is performed on a live tissue, it involves healing, and healing is different for each individual.
Please note that if you are planning to have a lip tattoo done and you have previously had cold sores caused by a virus that stays with a human forever, you would need to take special medication before, during and after procedure to avoid outbreak.
Micro-blading Feather Touch Brow Embroidery Technique is a semi-permanent form of eyebrow feathering and is now making techniques like block tattoo obsolete. Very fine hair-like strokes are penetrated into the basal membrane which divides the epidermis from the dermis layer of the skin.
What you need to know when considering cosmetic tattooing
When considering cosmetic tattooing, the most important task you have is to find a Specialist that you trust.
A good specialist should be able to demonstrate an extensive portfolio of work done, present equipment and materials being used for the procedure, the premises, where procedures are performed, need to be certified for skin penetration procedures.
It is advisable that you schedule a consultation with your specialist and ask to draw your desired cosmetic tattoo enhancements in pencil to see if you like the result.