Korea Eyebrow Embroidery

Your #1 Choice Eyebrow Embroidery Beauty Salon in Singapore.

This is most basic and affordable eyebrow embroidery technique. This is great for those who have not tried eyebrow embroidery or with a budget constraint. Light shading is applied to the whole brow to give a bolder, more defined brow effect. We use quality color pigments so there is no green or blue discolouration on the brows over time.

Misty Eyebrow Embroidery

Your #1 Choice Eyebrow Embroidery Beauty Salon in Singapore.

This is the most common eyebrow spotted on Korean celebrities. It gives a faint, natural and powder effect that looks like eyebrow shadow. There is very minimal skin peeling, faster recovery and higher colour retention for this technique.

6D Eyebrow Embroidery

Your #1 Choice Eyebrow Embroidery Beauty Salon in Singapore.

This technique is very suitable for those with over plucked or sparse brows. Fine strokes are created on your brows to mimic your real eyebrow hair. The strokes are so fine and natural that it is tough to tell apart real from fake hair. 

6D + Misty Eyebrow Embroidery

Your #1 Choice Eyebrow Embroidery Beauty Salon in Singapore.

This is our signature eyebrow embroidery technique. It combines both the 6D microblading and the Misty powder-drawn brow technique. The result is realistic and multi-dimensional. So why not have the best of both worlds at pocket friendly price?  

Frequently Asked Questions

The key difference between eyebrow embroidery, brow tattoo, or brow tint is where the pigment is placed on your eyebrow. Eyebrow embroidery is also known as eyebrow hairline stroke; by using a feather-like fine strokes technique to create a natural look, while brow tattoo — also known as microblading — is a procedure where pigments are injected through the top layer of the skin with a special needle.

As for brow tint, it’s merely a form of cosmetic product where you apply the tint on the eyebrows that will last temporarily, far shorter than eyebrow embroidery or brow tattoo.

Don’t worry. You will be getting a consultation with the eyebrow technician to discuss the color, shape, and thickness of your eyebrow to suit with your face shape and the look you’re going for, as well as to decide if the chosen procedure is best for you.

After the consultation, the technician will begin by clearing out hair strays and trace the shape that is agreed upon. The technician will apply a numbing cream and the process starts by using a very small blade to create hairline strokes at the eyebrows (mimicking your natural one) and apply the pigment in its place.

If you follow after-care for the eyebrows diligently, your eyebrow embroidery can last up to two years before getting your next touch up.

Yes. It is expected the effect will fade a bit after the initial procedure (usually around two weeks) where you’ll be required to get the first touch up. Afterward, the eyebrows will last up to two years with proper care.

After your very first eyebrow embroidery, you should not let the eyebrows come in contact with water, touch them or picking up the scabs (due to your skin swelling and bruising right after the procedure).

To make the results last, keep sun exposure to the eyebrows at as minimum as possible, avoid using exfoliants (both mechanical or chemical) to the eyebrows and treat the area as gentle as possible.

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