Cosmetic Tattooing

Cosmetic tattooing is used to enhance, correct or reshape facial features, providing results that are both natural and have minimal complications. Cosmetic tattooing, much like regular tattooing, uses an electrical tattoo pen to automatically and rapidly insert ink into the skin via needles.



There are many ways cosmetic tattooing can be used on the face these include:


Eyebrows – Eyebrow tattoos are used to enhance, reshape and fill in gaps that natural brows can lack.

Lips – Lip tattoos are used to define, plump and enhance lips. Correction can also be carried out on uneven/scarred lips.

Eyeliner – Eyeliner or lash liner tattoos are used to enhance and define the eyes.

Beauty – Other ways cosmetic tattoos can enhance your face include covering scars, adding freckles or adding hair density with scalp micropigmentation.


Is Cosmetic Tattooing painful?

There may be some pain involved but it can be controlled. The level of pain felt will depend on the individual’s pain threshold. Topical anaesthetic is used for eyebrow and eyeliners and these usually help soften the pain.

Is Cosmetic Tattooing permanent?

Cosmetic Tattooing is a semi-permanent process, however, colour can be modified or changed overtime. It will last many years but generally will ‘fade’, or metabolise over time and may require a maintenance visit in future.

Is Cosmetic tattooing safe?

All equipment is 100% sterile. Most parts of the equipment used are disposable and prior to use you can view them in their original sterile packaging. We adhere to NSW Government health and safety regulations. It is up to the client to take care of the treated area appropriately post treatment to ensure the area is kept sterile and clean.

Am I a suitable candidate?

You may not undergo this procedure if you are/have one of the following:

  • Pregnant/breastfeeding
  • Autoimmune disease
  • Diabetes
  • Allergies
  • Take certain medications
  • Keloid scarring