We use a customised pigment blend to neutralise the unwanted tones left behind from old tattooing or Microblading.
Clients who have had old brow tattooing that has changed colour over time. Neutralisation gives a refreshed look to the brow. Only recommended for clients who are happy with the overall shape, but want to change the tone of the brow.
The Neutralised brow is a colour correction technique used to correct and balance the color of the eyebrows. It involves using specialised pigments to neutralise any unwanted undertones or discoloration in the brows, resulting in a more natural and harmonious appearance.
It is normally due to previous eyebrow Microblading that resulted in an undesired color or undertone.
During a Neutralised Color Corrected Brows procedure, your skilled Browns & Co specialist will assess the current colour and undertones of the eyebrows. They will then select a pigment that is specifically formulated to neutralise those undertones. The pigment is carefully implanted into the skin using a microblading or machine method technique.
The longevity of Neutralised Color Corrected Brows can vary from person to person. On average, they can last between 1 to 3 years. Factors such as skin type, lifestyle, and aftercare will influence the duration of the results.
The level of discomfort during a Neutralised Brows procedure can vary from person to person. A topical numbing cream is applied before the treatment to minimise any discomfort. Most individuals describe the sensation as a slight scratching feeling.
Yes, Neutralized Color Corrected Brows can be done on any skin tone. The pigments used in the procedure are carefully selected to match and neutralise the undertones of the individual’s skin and eyebrows.
There is typically a minimal healing period after getting Neutralised Brows. It’s important to follow the aftercare instructions provided by your Browns & Co specialist to ensure proper healing.
To maintain your Neutralised Brows, it’s important to follow the aftercare instructions provided by your specialist. This will include avoiding excessive sun exposure, applying a protective balm, and avoiding picking or scratching the treated area. Regular touch-up sessions may also be necessary to maintain the desired color correction.