Brow Cosmetic Tattooing

Eyebrow semi-permanent makeup application is the pinnacle of Cosmetic Tattoo.

Our well renowned Cosmetic Tattoo specialists are skilfully trained in the leading industry tattooing techniques including Microblading (Feather Touch or Hairstroke), Powder Brow (Ombré or Machine Brows) and Combination Brow (using both Microblading and Powder techniques) cosmetic artistry. 

With a wealth of knowledge, you can trust that with Bobbie Charles your eyebrows are in the best of hands! There is no one-size-fits-all approach to Cosmetic Tattooing; we design your new brows around your individual facial features and skin tone. 


Also known as Feather Touch or Hairstroke

Microblading is a technique that uses a tiny blade made up of very fine needles to create individual hair strokes on the skin, similar to the way your natural brow hair would look. Perfect for those who desire a more natural outcome, are wanting to fill in sparse gaps within their brows or don’t want an overly defined look.


Also known as Ombré or Machine Brows

The powder brow technique offers a result that mimics the look achieved by filling in your brows with an eyebrow powder or pencil. The finish of this technique can look as full or natural as you desire. The powder brow is performed using a tattoo machine similar to a regular tattoo gun. 

This technique is perfect for those looking for more definition, added fullness or for clients that aren’t afraid of definition.


A mix of both Microblading and Powder Brow techniques

A combination brow starts off with microblading hair strokes on the inner brow followed by machine work to powder fill the outer ¾ of the brow. This technique enhances and adds depth to the tails of your beautiful brows but keeps the start of your brow looking softly defined with delicate hairstrokes.

Service information

Your Brow Tattoo Journey includes 5 appointments because we want it to be absolutely perfect and nothing less. 

Your 5 appointments include:

  • 2x complimentary BC Brow Sculpts 
  • Your initial tattooing appointment
  • Your perfecting session 
  • Complimentary healed check-up & BC Brow Sculpt
  • Pregnant or breastfeeding women
  • Chemotherapy patients (please phone for a quick phone consultation)
  • Excessive keloid scared skin / prone to keloid scarring (please phone a quick phone consultation)
  • Diabetic clients
  • Dermatitis or eczema in the area to be tattooed
  • Sunburnt skin
  • Extremely sensitive skin
  • Keratosis
  • Clients under 18 years of age

Just yourself – however if you have a favourite brow pencil / lip pencil that you like the colour of, you can bring this along to the appointment to give us the best idea of what you use in your day to day life.  If you have collected photos that you like the look of or ‘don’t’ like the look of, this can be helpful as well.

We use high quality medical grade topical anaesthetics to keep you comfortable throughout the procedure. Everyone has a different pain threshold; therefore, some people may experience a little more discomfort than others. We do everything within our power to ensure you are kept as comfortable as possible.

No waxing/plucking is allowed on the day of your procedure. As a part of your Cosmetic Tattoo journey, we look after all of your waxing needs.

Nothing! We move your eyebrow hair throughout the procedure when implanting the pigment into the skin.

For clients that have little to no natural hair, our advanced artists are highly skilled to perform procedures with or without hair present in the eyebrow area.

Two treatments are usually needed, 4 weeks apart. With most procedures, the colour fades 30-50% initially. For the second treatment, our Cosmetic Tattooist gauges the colour retention and how you are feeling with the colour before making any adjustments.

The microblading technique is the process of placing tiny hair-like strokes of colour into the skin using a hand tool. Powder brow technique is the process of implanting pigment into the skin with a machine, similar to a normal tattoo machine with a needle.

Cosmetic Tattooing generally lasts 1-2 years however each skin type will hold the pigment differently.

Ensure you use SPF daily and avoid your tattoo area where possible with facial peels, Vit A and sun exposure.

The pigment used is based on Iron Oxide, a safe non-reactive substance and are also vegan and cruelty free. We use pigment from a reputable manufacturer in the USA that are all tested and proven for over ten years. Cosmetic Tattoo pigment colours have been created for using on the face and are pre-mixed and sterilised, they have been formulated to allow for a ‘fade factor’, this makes them different from tattoo inks used elsewhere on the body.

This is different for every client. When we pick a pigment colour for you, we take into consideration your skin type, skin undertones, products you use on the skin and your everyday environmental factors. Pigments are either a ‘warm’ or ‘cool’ base and if left to completely fade off tattoos will turn ‘warm’ (orange, red, pink) tones or ‘cool’ (grey, blue, cool brown) tones.

If you are not local that is completely fine, we can arrange a video meeting to do a consultation. We can then proceed to book your appointments well in advance so that you can plan your trips to the clinic for your appointments.

Our advanced artists are highly skilled in Cosmetic Tattooing, we pride ourselves in ‘mapping out’ the treatment area to create an individualised shape. ‘Mapping out’ means we use your facial structure and measurement tools to assist in finding a shape that is perfectly suited to YOU. By using our mapping technique and drawing on your personalised shape we can provide you with a visual guide. This guide allows us to show you different shapes and thicknesses prior to your tattooing.

For various reasons, we do not allow eyelash extensions on for your eyeliner procedures.

We maintain our legal requirements for Queensland and hold a ‘Skin Penetration Licence’. All of our Cosmetic Tattooists are trained in advanced techniques and are fully Accredited. Our clinic upholds very high standards in infection control and use the latest technology, machines and pigments. We display all of our licensing and certification in Clinic, so you are able to view this at all times.

We recommend you DO NOT exercise until your tattoo has naturally exfoliated or peeled, usually 7-10 days. As perspiration comes from inside the skin, it can also push the pigment out of the skin, this can result in the pigment not being retained and the occurrence of premature fading. 

We recommended to avoid make-up on or near the tattoo until the natural exfoliation or peeling has finished, usually 10 days.

Cancer survivors will need to wait 6 months post remission before having Cosmetic Tattooing performed, you will need to obtain medical clearance from your oncology specialist.