In this video we are going to teach you about tattoo removal.
Hello, I’m Narges Alipour from Narges Micropigmentation Institute. Today we are going to talk about removing old tattoos, especially black eyebrow tattoos. We’re also going to try lightening the eyebrow to a honey color on the same session.
I’m going to start my work. Please note that the products you use to remove pigmentation must be approved by the FDA or other overseeing agencies to make sure the product is safe, otherwise it could have unintended consequences for the client. It could even cause scars. Here we are trying to suction a portion of the color to make it lighter.
I’ve removed the pigmentation and the eyebrow is now lighter at least two degrees. There’s no need to remove more of the pigmentation because this would suffice as a basis for our next step. Now since this eyebrow isn’t symmetrical, I’m going to fix that. Note that the most important part of eyebrowdesign is symmetry. We’ll talk more about symmetry in the future videos.
So far I’ve removed part of the previous pigmentation to make the eyebrow lighter, redesigned the eyebrow to fix the symmetrical issues, and now I’ve turned it into a honey color. There’s no need for the client to attend two sessions for this process.
Microblading isn’t for everyone and some people prefer shadows and would like to have a more natural looking eyebrow, hence, I’ve removed part of the previous pigmentation to make the eyebrow lighter, redesigned the eyebrow to fix the symmetrical issues, and finally turned it into a honey color and added shadow.
This shadow you see on the eyebrow here is not like old tattoos. It uses the exact same process as pigmentation. With pigmentation, you can either create hachure or shadows. The eyebrow looks pretty good now and suites the face very well.
I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial. If you would like to learn micro-pigmentation or are interested in redesigning your eyebrows, you can call us using the numbers in the description. Goodbye.