Eyebrow Tattoo Removal

Eyebrow tattoos are commonly seen on people who desire thick, full eyebrows yet do not want to fill them in with makeup every day. However, styles change, and these tattoos can also change in color over time, which are among the reasons why we see clients who want to get eyebrow tattoo removal.


A common method where the eyebrow tattoo artist applies hair-like strokes of ink under the dermis layer of your skin using a static blade rather than a tattoo machine. The result from microblading is typically natural looking and lasts for about three years.  If a mistake is made during the application, eyebrow tattoo removal can help remove the undesired ink.

Traditional Eyebrow Tattooing

Some cosmetic tattoo artists choose to use traditional tattoo machines to apply eyebrow tattoos. Brow tattoos applied using this method are typically more permanent; as with all tattoos, results vary by artist.  If your results do not meet your expectations, eyebrow tattoo removal may be worth exploring.

Before & After Gallery

Before Lower Back Tattoo Removal
After Lower Back Tattoo Removal
Laser Tattoo Removal Before Photo
Laser Tattoo Removal After Before Photo
Laser Tattoo Removal Chest Before
Laser Tattoo Removal Chest After
Laser Tattoo Removal Lower Back Before Photo
Laser Tattoo Removal Lower Back After Photo
Tattoo Removal Upper Arm Before Photo
Tattoo Removal Upper Arm After Photo

Eyeliner Tattoo Removal

In the past decade, permanent tattoo eyeliner or cosmetic eyeliner tattoos have become very popular. With the number of cosmetic tattooists and the changing methods of application, eyeliner laser tattoo removal is also more common. Also, as fashion evolves, the permanent or semi-permanent nature of these tattoos can lead to frustration, as a client can be left with an outdated or unwanted eyeliner tattoo.

The best, safest and most effective solution for eyeliner tattoo removal, is laser tattoo removal. The process requires knowledge, skill and caution as the laser tattoo removal process is performed on some of the body’s most delicate areas – the eyes.

Eyeliner laser tattoo removal will target only the tattoo pigment, with surrounding delicate skin not affected.

Eyeliner tattoo removal currently available at our Melbourne CBD location only.

Eyeliner Laser Tattoo Removal Process

There are many variables in eyeliner laser tattoo removal, including skin type, condition of the skin and the intensity of the ingredients in the pigment used. All these factors will be taken into consideration during your consultation, and an eyeliner tattoo removal plan will be developed.

Eyeliner laser tattoo removal, requires a great deal of care, since we’re dealing with not just delicate skin, but areas of the face that are close to important structures, such as your eyes.
A detailed treatment plan will be fully discussed before any removal begins to ensure you completely understand the process.

We ensure that proper safety measures are always in place. Hygiene is paramount. Ocular shields are sterile, and necessary high strength anaesthetic eyedrops and gels, and cold packs are used for your comfort. Our eyecare specialist is highly skilled with over 20 years experience.

It can take from three to five sessions for complete cosmetic laser tattoo removal.

Sometimes, the tattoo ink may temporarily turn brown or even darken. This may occur after the first or second treatment due to the oxidisation of the iron/titanium in the ink but will disappear along with the tattoo in the coming sessions.

Precision Eyeliner Tattoo Removal Process

There is also the option of precision eyeliner tattoo removal, where only a specific section of the tattoo is removed. This might be most appropriate if the original tattooist. made a mistake, or a part an eyeliner has lost its appeal. Sometimes the ink may “bleed” into the surrounding skin.

Precision eyeliner tattoo removal has no effect on the surrounding skin or the rest of the eyeliner tattoo. Certain sections of an eyeliner tattoo may be removed to achieve a different look or to tidy up smudges. This can be discussed with your tattoo removal specialist at your consultation.