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We are located at Shop 10/492 Christine Avenue Robina QLD 4226.
You will find Unique Blendz Studio located inside Peppertree Complex. There is visitor parking available directly out the front of shops or alternatively your welcome to park behind the complex in street parking.
A minimum of two appointments are required for a new client. The initial appointment to create your new brows and another 5-8 week follow up appointment is required to touch up and perfect any areas that haven’t held. This must be booked in advance online to ensure availability.
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Cosmetic Tattoos can also be referred to as Micropigmentation / Permanent Make up or Semi-Permanent Makeup. Cosmetic Tattoo refers to the art and science of implanting small quantities of pigment into the skin using a small pen-like machine or hand tool. The pigment remains in the skin indefinitely, however the colour may fade over time due to environmental factors, aging, health factors or because of how light the particular pigments used in the treatment is.
Katelan will choose colours based on colour science – identifying underlying skin tones and choosing the best possible pigment to give you the most natural look by inserting pigments into the dermis of the skin. For the most natural look, colours are matched to your eyebrow hair. Pigments come in a range of colours to suit women with very light eyebrow hair to very dark hair.
On the day of the appointment, Katelan will shape your brows, however she can only pluck to ensure the great skin integrity prior to the procedure. If you have quite bushy eyebrows, please get a wax 1 week prior to simply ‘clean’ up your brow. If you tint your eyebrows, please do not tint them within 2 weeks of your appointment. Brows must be clean from Henna Tint as well.
Essentially it is the same procedure and outcome, but uses different equipment, method and pigment types. A cosmetic tattoo practitioner will use a digital cosmetic tattoo machine or a micro-blade, rather than a normal tattooist who uses a coil machine. The depth of which the cosmetic tattoo is inserted is also not as deep and sits anywhere from 1mm-3mm under the skin. A cosmetic tattoo is meant to fade slowly over time whereas body art will last for life. A cosmetic tattooist will also have a strong knowledge of the face and designs in order to enhance your natural beauty
Each client has different pain thresholds so feeling will differ between clients. A topical anesthetic is used before and during the treatment processes to alleviate any pain. On a scale of 1-10, 0 being nil pain, the average pain rating is 3. (Most clients describe the first 15 minutes of brow tattooing like a light scratching feeling, more ‘annoying’ than painful). Eyes and Lips generally numb a lot quicker then brows & most clients find these procedures quite comfortable.
Initial appointments are designed to be personalised and individualised to you and go for approximately 2 hours. Katelan takes the time to really get to know you and your style so she can create the perfect look for you. Your first appointment will consist of a thorough consultation, design process, treatment and after-care instructions.
Touch up appointments are for approximately 1 hour unless advised differently.
Immediately after your procedure the colour may appear 20-50% darker then your chosen colour however this will soften as the skin heals itself by the epidermis (top layer of skin) shedding and renewing itself. The exfoliating stage generally occurs after 7-10 days. As the skin heals and renews itself there may be slight itching but this is a good sign. There may be slight swelling or redness but this will go down in the 24-48 hours. Generally normal activities can be presumed after treatments. Please use recommended treatment cream after procedure as advised to ensure a great result is achieved.
No. It takes 4 weeks for the treatment to heal & for the colour to settle. Touch Up appointments are scheduled in 4-6 weeks after the first appointment for eyebrows & eyeliner. Lip cosmetic tattoo treatment touch up appointments are scheduled 6-8 weeks after the initial visit.
Generally speaking, eyebrow treatments last approximately anywhere from 9-24 months. Many environmental factors will affect the pigment longevity and also your lifestyle, skin type, medications and hormones. For example, an oily skin type may not hold the pigment for as long as someone with dry skin. It is recommended to return for a retouch appointment every 12-18 months to ensure your cosmetic tattoo is always looking fresh. Eyeliners and Lips tend to last longer.
Please wait until healed (a minimum of 4 weeks) after your Cosmetic Brow Tattoo to have your Brows tinted and waxed or threaded. Please let them know you have had Cosmetic Tattoo and the idea is to not wax over the tattooed areas as that is where hairs are wanted. Now you have the perfect shape, I always try and encourage my clients to pluck or tint their own brows as it takes the guess work out what to wax and what not to wax.
There are many individual and lifestyle factors that can affect the longevity of your cosmetic tattoo such as;
Excessive sun expose will fade the colour of the tattoo. It is advised to apply sunscreen to the treated areas to increase longevity.
Lighter pigments such as blonde will fade quicker then a dark brown pigment.
Smoking will cause the cosmetic tattoo to fade faster.
Bleeding during a procedure affects the amount of pigment absorbed into the skin. The Practitioner needs to be notified of any blood thinning medication and these need to be stopped prior to the appointment. It is advised to consult your local GP before doing so.