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Eyebrows are like clothes; they change with the times. Whether it’s the Joan Crawford full brow or the Kate Moss barely-there skinny brows, you can guarantee that this humble facial feature will continue to make headlines in the fashion world! 

Right now, we are seeing a move from that big, bold brow look to a softer, more natural look. So, what does that mean for those of us who created that bold look with cosmetic eyebrow tattoos? Yep, you guessed right; it’s time to think about how to remove them.

How Does Eyebrow Tattoo Removal Work?

You’ll be glad to hear that you can get your eyebrow tattoos removed using laser treatment; this includes micro-bladed eyebrows, semi-permanent powder brows, semi-permanent ombre brows, and semi-permanent hair-stroke brows. So, if you want to know more about laser treatment for eyebrow tattoo removal, read on!

Is It Safe?

It sure is!  Laser treatment is a scientifically proven safe procedure for all skin types, including sensitive skin. We can also back this up as here at Veloce Laser Clinic, we’ve removed eyebrow tattoos safely for hundreds of clients with 100% positive results.

Will There Be Any Side-Effects to My Laser Eyebrow Tattoo Removal?

Like most clinical procedures, you will see some short-term effects. The good news is that these won’t last and are all part of the process. Initially, you’ll see that your eyebrow tattoos darken as the ink oxidises, but don’t worry, this is common and temporary. There may also be some redness, slight swelling, bruising or blood spotting. You might also find that older pigments need more treatments.

Can I Have My Eyebrows Tattooed Again after Treatment?

Absolutely! In fact, we find that many of our clients with semi-permanent cosmetic eyebrows are as keen as ever to keep those brows looking good! Of course, we would recommend that you choose an artist with a good reputation who will take good care of you! Make sure you get the lowdown before you entrust those brows to anyone, and don’t be afraid to ask an eyebrow artist about their experience and for examples of their work.

So, to sum up. It’s safe. It works. And, yes, you can go for new eyebrow tattoos if that’s what you want.

Treatment and Aftercare at Veloce Laser Clinic

If you’ve read this and are thinking about taking that next step, why not get in touch and have a no-obligation chat with one of our friendly staff?

Our team members have all undertaken accredited training at the University of Manchester. We have a strict process of safety checks with you before any procedure is undertaken. Your well-being and safety are our priority.

In our first consultation with you, we’ll assess your needs, complete your safety evaluation, and advise you on what is the best treatment plan for you.  At your consultation, we will answer any questions you might have about the procedure.

Once you’ve undertaken your procedure, you’ll receive your Veloce Aftercare Plan. You’ll be given advice on how to care for yourself and what to avoid in the weeks after your treatment. You’ll also be able to contact us at any time if you need any further advice before your next appointment.

Get in touch and talk to us today!