Combi Brows

Treatment duration: 120 min

Price €475 (touch-up in 5 weeks included)

Combi Brows is a technique for semi-permanent makeup which creates  semi-permanent results using light, wispy hair strokes on your eyebrow ridge combined with a powder shading technique to supplement your natural eyebrows. It can be considered a form of eyebrow tattoo, but unlike tattoos, it is almost undetectable. Combi Brows can be used to enhance your natural eyebrows and can be used to reshape / change your eyebrows shape.

We use a numbing cream on the eyebrow area to make the procedure more comfortable. Then by using a tattoo machine, strokes are created line by line in the form of hairs with natural pigments in the skin. Anyone who has thin, asymmetrical, blonde brows or who lost their hairs due to medical conditions is a good candidate. The treatment is safe and you should just avoid sun, spray tans, saunas and waxing on the area.

The treatment takes about 2 hours and is followed up by a touchup in 4-6 week


  • Post after care is very important for the appearance and longevity of your new brows. 
  • Do not let water soap or make up touch your eyebrows for the first 5 days.
  • No exercising for the first 3 days.
  • No swimming pool water, jacuzzi, sauna or hot yoga (for 1 week).
  • Avoid sunbathing or solarium at least 2 weeks before and after treatment (After 1 week you can apply SPF50).
  • Don’t use treatments/peelings/laser or face creams that contain acids for the next 4/5 weeks.
  • Don’t touch the eyebrow area before washing your hands.
  • Avoid Picking/ peeling or scratching the pigmented area.
  • Please wash your face gently around the eyebrow the first 5 days.
  • You can apply your make up far around the eyebrow area. After a week you can apply normal make up again.
  • After day 5 you can make your brows wet again and itching and flaking may appear on day 7-8. This is a normal healing process. 


  • When pregnant (4 months after giving birth, it is possible to do the treatment again when the pregnancy hormones are stabilized)
  • While under influence of alcohol or drugs
  • While using blood thinning medication
  • Diabetes or haemophilia (blood disease)
  • During chemotherapy
  • Hearth and vain diseases
  • Immune diseases
  • When using roaccutane (acne medication)
  • While using antibiotics
  • Irritated skin around the brow area
  • When recently done a chemical or skin peeling with acids
  • When used botox < 2 weeks before treatment

    * Not sure about your medication? Please confirm and ask your doctor.