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Feather Touch Brow Tattoo

The ‘feather touch’ technique is the process of gently placing tiny hair-like strokes of prestige colour pigment beneath the surface of the skin using a single use sterile micro blade. Topical anaesthetic is used before and throughout your treatment to provide a comfortable and painless experience. Our cosmetic tattoo specialists will tailor your brows to complement your facial features, achieving symmetry, fullness, softness and the most natural-looking result.

Each appointment has dedicated time to measure, shape and discuss your desired outcome without feeling rushed. Relax in our gorgeous clinic as we take the worry out of penciling in your brows by allowing our professionals to create a beautiful result for you, every time.

A complimentary touch up is required  between 4-6 weeks from the date of your feather touch brow tattoo appointment. This second appointment is included in the initial price as it creates a second layer of semi-permanent tattoo hair to sparse brows if required or simply to touch up any areas that may have faded more than others.


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Feather touch eyebrow tattoos for fresh, long  lasting eyebrows

At iBoutique we specialise in the art of Cosmetic tattooing, specifically feather touch brows. Our unique and world renowned reputation for delivering the most natural results is what our beautiful clinic is well known for. The art of semi-permanent tattoo will not only enhance your facial features by reshaping your eyebrows but also deliver a balanced hyper natural look.

Our team of cosmetic tattoo specialists are experienced, qualified and patient with consultations. This helps to ensure that you are feeling 100 percent confident and ready for an exciting life changing result – beautifully natural looking brows.


Feather touch eyebrow tattoo before and after photos

Great results for both men and women




Feather Touch

Eyebrow Tattoos Cost

Feather Touch


Brow RefreshFrom $395


Topical Anaesthetic$40
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Lip Blush Tattoo

Asymmetrical lips are very common and lip tattoo art can correct this. This art adds definition back to the border of the lips, giving them a more natural look. Great for those who want a natural colour tint to add definition.


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Lip blush tattoos for more defined lips while still retaining the natural look

Lip blush tattoo is a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure that enhances the natural shape and color of your lips, providing a subtle and long-lasting tint, which eliminates the need for regular lipstick application and offers a confident, ready-to-go look at all times



Lip blush tattoo aftercare

Use blue sterile cleansing wipes the day after treatment

Apply aftercare balm with cotton buds only several times during the day.

Continue this process and avoid the lips from becoming dry for 7 days. 

Avoid wetting your lips washing your face, in the shower and while eating for 7 days.

Avoid hot shower, baths and tanning for 7 days.

Avoid the application of makeup or moistures on the lips for 7 days

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Lash Enhancement Tattoo

For the most natural looking results possible, we perform the lash enhancement eyeliner. This involves the technician tattooing between the lash line, making the lashes appear darker and thicker. Top and/or bottom available.


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Top Lash Enhancement for a natural and subtle look

The tattooed ultra-thin black line along the top eyelash line creates the illusion of naturally fuller and thicker eyelashes, enhancing the eyes without the need for mascara or other makeup products. As the enhancement lasts for an extended period, it eliminates the need for daily makeup application, saving time during your morning routine. Unlike traditional makeup, the tattooed enhancement is smudge-proof, ensuring your eyelashes look flawless throughout the day.




Frequently asked questions

Does cosmetic tattooing hurt?

It is essential to recognise that pain threshold levels vary from person to person. We believe that topical anaesthetics are essential to keep you as comfortable and pain-free as possible. Please obtain anaesthetics from a compounding chemist in order for us to apply it.

Personal circumstances such as the timing of your menstrual cycle may increase discomfort throughout the procedure, and the topical anaesthetic may also lose its intensity if you are a regular smoker. If you have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, be aware that this may also affect your sensitivity and tolerance to the procedure.

How many treatments will I need?

As each person’s healing rate is different, a minimum of two sessions is needed which should occur at least four weeks apart. The second session will determine how your skin type retains the colour of the tattoo pigment as well as your skin’s healing rate.

During the second week of healing, your brow colour will appear dramatically lighter. However, any desired adjustments can be made at this session to create a darker or bolder tattoo.

Please note: If you require a previous tattoo re-worked, a photo MUST be emailed to us PRIOR to booking an appointment as results on such cases cannot be guaranteed. We must assess whether previous work can be covered up or reworked and this will almost always require touch-ups or removal. Removal will be necessary if previous work is too dark, dense, discoloured or large. This service will be charged accordingly.

What factors will affect my cosmetic tattoo?

A multitude of individual and lifestyle factors will affect the longevity of your cosmetic tattoo including:

Bleeding during the procedure reduces the amount of pigment absorbed. That’s why it’s important that substances that can cause blood thinning like alcohol and certain medications should not be consumed prior to or following an appointment.
Thyroid medication can affect the effects of cosmetic tattooing.
Exposure, including to the sun, will decrease the appearance of the pigment. Once healed, sunscreen should be applied to the area to reduce the risk of fading.
Smoking will cause the results to fade faster.
If you are anemic, you will metabolize the pigment faster and your tattoos will fade quicker.
There are some cases where cosmetic tattooing will not work depending on a person’s skin type, existing hair and/or lifestyle choices. Iron deficient or anaemic clients should be advised that increased bleeding may occur during the procedure as well as a faster fade of the pigment over time. This is also the case for frequent smokers.

Feather touch brows tattoo will also not work as well on clients with extremely oily skin as constant oil production will gradually soften the effects. For clients with little to no existing eyebrow hair, the results can also appear much less natural, with a reduction in the 3D look of the eyebrows.

How will I look immediately afterwards?

In the first few days following your procedure, the pigment will appear dark and intense. Redness and swelling is rare, however it might also occur. During the healing process and in the first week, the pigment will gradually appear lighter.

How long the cosmetic tattooing last?

Cosmetic tattoo treatments generally last for one to two years, however every individual’s unique skin type holds pigment differently. Our treatments require two appointments in order for your feather touch brow treatment to be complete. We also recommend our clients visit us approximately four to six weeks after their initial appointment for a complimentary retouch.

In most cases, there will be areas in the brows that haven’t taken to the pigment quite as well which is what we address at the follow up appointment. The areas that need addressing are generally very minor, resulting in a short appointment. In some cases, it will only take one appointment for your brows to be complete, but for flawless results, we recommend booking another follow up appointment. It’s important to understand that fading will occur due to increased sun exposure, contact with facial chemical peels and also when a lighter tattoo pigment is used.