Eyebrow Permanent Makeup Easily Removed Via PicoSure Laser Tattoo Removal

If you’re one of the hundreds of thousands of patients out there who have botched permanent makeup you know what a frustrating embarrassment it can be. Most tattoo removal providers will not touch permanent makeup because it can be risky.  Number one: it’s on the face and two: it can change colors in response to laser energy.  But one exception is black or dark brown tattooed eyebrows.  They can be easily softened or removed via PicoSure laser tattoo removal.

Eyebrows Austin PicoSure Laser Tattoo Removal

Permanent Eyebrow Makeup After 1 PicoSure Laser Treatment

So what makes eyebrows different? Well for starters, if they change colors it most likely won’t be any darker than they are currently.  When in doubt we can perform a test spot.  Secondly, they’re one of the most botched permanent makeup applications out there.  If you have bad eyebrow tattoos you know what I’m talking about.  PicoSure laser tattoo removal can be used to safely and effectively lighten, soften, remove or reshape lousy permanent eyebrow makeup.  If you’ve got a tattoo, permanent makeup or otherwise, that you’d like treated with the revolutionary PicoSure laser I can be reached  by phone @ 512-479-9997  or just stop by my NEW location in Austin, TX:  Austin Medspa on W. 6th St.



  1. Bailee - Reply

    Is it necessary to shave the eyebrow hair prior to having the picosure laser procedure done? Thank you

    • admin - Reply

      Hi Bailee, There’s no need to shave the eyebrow. The exposed hair will bleach though, so after the procedure some of your hair will be white. You can use an eyebrow powder or pencil the next day and tint the hair permanently in two weeks. The growing hair will be your natural color and the follicles will not be damaged. Cheers, Brendan

  2. Stephanie Escobedo - Reply

    Hi. Love the work. Is there someone you can recommend in LA for picosure laser removal for ombré powder eyebrows?

  3. Liann - Reply

    Hi, is it safe to apply makeup onto your eyebrows the next day? Would there be a risk of infection? Will they be blistered etc? I really want to get this done but I work in a busy customer facing environment and can’t have weird looking brows for weeks!

    • admin - Reply

      Hi Liann, Thanks for your question regarding post treatment care. I had clients use cortisone ointment twice a day for five days to calm and protect the skin. Makeup can be applied right over the ointment. Generally there are not blisters but the area will be slightly swollen and reddened, and the hairs might be whitened, which can be covered with an eyebrow pencil or powder the next day. In two weeks, after the area is healed, you can tint/color your bleached hair any color you like. Thanks, Brendan

Leave Comment

Your email address will not be published.