How to Distinguish Between Eyebrow Embroidery a...


Well, it might not be wrong to say that, all of us who pretty much daily need to shape their eyebrows using those eyebrow pencils are literally tired of that idea. Having a set of well-defined, well-shaped and groomed eyebrows is the necessary boost to your facial features. Many celebrities walking the red carpet or in any award show have received accolades and limelight due to their well-groomed set of bushy eyebrows.

If you are facing any problem or issue regarding the shape and appearance of your eyebrows, then eyebrow embroidery or eyebrow tattoo might be the ideal choices for you. Korean eyebrow embroidery and tattoo is considered to be one of the best in the world.

Difference between eyebrow embroidery and tattoo:

Even you find both these procedures having a lot in common; still these two beauty hacks are quite different from one another.

Eyebrow tattooing creates an unnatural crayoned sort of an effect that is very similar to the regular tattoo created on any part of your skin. Eyebrows done with this technique may look harsher, bolder and will also an imprinted effect that is bound to draw attention. The eyebrow tattooing process involves using a machine operated single needle that moves at a consistently high speed, thereby accumulating the ink deep into the dermis layer. An eyebrow tattoo may begin to appear greenish or bluish with the passage of time apart from leaving a patchy effect due to inserting ink deep into the dermis layer.

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Eyebrow embroidery, on the other hand, is the latest technique that is sometimes considered to be a better option to eyebrow tattooing. In this method, a semi-permanent tint is introduced into the skin surface with the help of a fine blade that impersonates the growth of your actual hair strands thereby creating more refined and natural looking eyebrows. The depth at which eyebrow embroidery blade cuts the skin is much less in comparison to that during eyebrow tattoo. This, therefore, reduces the risk and chance of permanent damages that may harm the skin along with allowing you to alter or change the eyebrow shape completely once the embroidery fades away totally.

In both the cases, the actual procedure may take something up to 30-40 minutes, the procedure can be a slightly painful one, like the pain felt during plucking of your eyebrows; it may also leave reddishness or some sort of swelling around the brow area which can be reduced by using a good numbing cream. While the tattoo may last for up to 2-3 years as it is almost permanent, the embroidery is a semi-permanent method may last up to 2 years depending on the skin type.

If you are looking for eyebrow embroidery Korea or eyebrow tattoo Korea, you may consult Pitangui Lee Na Young Academy, a leading beauty company in Seoul that works towards providing the best beauty experience to women.

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