DIGITAL MACHINE BROWS

- HAIRSTROKE METHOD -

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What are digital machine brows?

Digital Hair Stroke Brows are created using a cosmetic tattooing machine pen with a tiny needle which deposits pigment into the skin creating hair like strokes. The pigment is implanted much closer to the surface of the skin than in a traditional tattooing or microblading which results in less trauma to the skin and a longer lasting result. 

When using Digital Machine the results are consistent, reliable and available on all ages & skin types whilst always ensuring the style of brow is adapted to your unique facial features. The digital machine technique means that are far wider customer base can enjoy perfect brows after years of over-plucking, sparse areas in the brows or loss of hair. 

Most pigment will last in the skin between 2-5 years, keeping in mind different skin types and the use of skin care products. There is no “spilling” under the skin which ensures all strokes fine and crisp. What’s more, the digital machine allows you to use more advanced techniques such as cross-stroking, powder, ombre which contrasts perfectly with the fluffy texture and creates a truly realistic and personalised looking brow for my clients.

Eyebrows play an important role in facial symmetry, balance, frame your face and structures alongside giving a huge confidence boost. 

If you have suffered from Alopecia, Trigonometrical or any other condition/treatment that causes hair loss benefit hugely from digital machine brows, alongside people who simply aren't happy with there eyebrows. 

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Digital Machine VS Microblading

What's the difference?

Microblading is a very common and well known practice and lots of people wonder what the difference is compared to digital machine brows. 

  1. Unlike microblading, the Digital Machine is suitable for all ages, all skin types and lasts the longest on the skin.

  2. Digital machine brows has a tiny single needle (compared to Microblading which has many tiny needles) which is attached to a hand piece (pen like device) driven by a digital permanent make-up machine to implant pigment into the skin in tiny hair like strokes  which results in less trauma to the skin.

  3. Generally microblading treatments will require more frequent re-touches as a smaller amount of pigment is implanted into the skin as compared with the machine method. 

  4. Depending on the technique, using a Digital Machine the artist can create hair-like strokes, powder, combination, or a powder Ombre look to achieve the perfect desired result.

'All I want in life is world peace...and perfect brows!'