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Eyebrow Microblading & Nano Brows (Micropigmentation), also known as Eyebrow feathering is the artistic technique of tattooing individual hair strokes.
The Artist hand draws each individual hair stroke, in the direction of natural hairs’ growth to achieve the hyper-realistic look.
The pigment is applied to the surface layer of the dermis of your skin, using sterilized tools. The technique is very shallow and does not damage your natural eyebrow’s hair and it does not reach the root.

We have a different range of colors, and the color will be chosen to match your natural eyebrows. 

Microblading /Feathering eyebrows in average lasts for 8-12 months. Be aware of places saying that microblading will last for 2-3 years, You can find the reason why it’s not true in our blog posts. unless they are using “tattoo ink” instead of cosmetic tattoo pigment. And nano brows usually last between 12-15 months. It still depends on your skin type and you can get the advice at consultation. 

 We use premium topical anesthetic to make the area numb. Most clients report a little pain like plucking and some people feel no pain.

On average the nano brow (micropigmentation procedure) or microblading will take 1:30-2 hours, including the time necessary for numbing cream to work.

Book online or call us at 1300 216 456 seven days a week.

We recommend avoiding blood thinners, aspirin and alcohol 24 hours before your microblading appointment. 

Yes, Believe it! This procedure transforms people’s lives!

That’s why we’re really proud and passionate about what we do at ELKA Clinic. But after the first session, you might have some patchy parts which is normal and we need to have touch up to finalize the job.

  • Pregnant

  • Breastfeeding

  • Haemophilia or other blood clotting disorders

  • Undergoing or having undergone chemotherapy within less than 6 months (Need doctor permission)

  • Severe allergies

  • Lupus

  • Autoimmune disease

  • Keloid scarring

  • Seborrhoea dermatitis

  • Albinism

  • Steroid treatment

  • Broken capillaries (in brow area)