Beautification trends come and go, but eyebrow feathering in Sydney is here to stay. For one, it provides a naturally- and perfectly-styled result. However, the power brow (full and thick) is now the trend, and it isn’t likely to go away anytime soon. It’s a well-defined eyebrow that has an accentuated arch to let others know that you’re serious while still being soft. Some people find it a challenge to maintain their brows every day. A cosmetic tattoo can give them a look they want without having to take the time to pluck and add makeup each day.
Eyebrow feathering in Sydney features a unique technique. The goal is for the ‘tattoos’ to mimic the natural hair strokes of the eyebrows. Therefore, you get feather-like brows that look soft, even, and arched. It’s done by etching fine hairs onto the skin using a hand tool with tiny needles. This machine cuts small incisions and then inserts pigment under the epidermis. The process is also called microblading, and it has many benefits. For one, it doesn’t use ink, so the colour won’t fade to a blue-green hue that most tattoos have. As such, it creates individual hairs, all of which are identical to the natural brow hairs, so they look more natural.
Crystal Vongphrachanh started on her microblading journey in 2014. In just two short years, she became a Royal Artist. Since then, she has been training students in New Zealand and Australia to help them grow into artists. Of course, she offers eyebrow feathering in Sydney to those in need. However, she also teaches people how to perform the art. If you are in the beautification industry, it might be time to advance your career. Consider requesting information now. Otherwise, you can book your microblading service today. Just visit to start your journey, whatever that may be.