cosmetic tattoo artist

At Beauty on Rose, we tailor our cosmetic tattoo enhancement service to each and every individual client, understanding that they are uniquely beautiful with distinct features and different beauty goals.

If you’re losing all your brow hairs you need to chat with Cedar – our Cosmetic Tattooist. She has a talented eye for detail, and is often seen correcting others’ brow tattoos. Cedar understands brows are not one size fits all and will work with you to create a look you will love. It’s also worth chatting to her about eyeliner & lip enhancements – they’re stunning!

We aim only to highlight and enhance our clients’ natural beauty with the power of permanent makeup and the highest attention to detail.

Cosmetic Tattoo Artist

Cedar - resident artist

pre-appointment details

  • Two weeks prior to your appointment stop using any skin thinners (Vitamin A, glycolic acids) on the brow area
  • Any waxing or brow shaping should be done at least 2 days before
  • If you tint your brows, tint it at least one week prior to the procedure
  • Cosmetic botox or fillers should be done 3 weeks prior or 2 weeks after
  • DO NOT consume alcohol, caffeine or take any blood thinners (aspirin, ibuprofen, Niacin 48 hours before your procedure (GP approval if required), this will cause excess bleeding and will affect your results and colour retention)
  • You may come in with how you normally fill in your brows, however please feel free to bring examples of brow shapes you like to the appointment and we will work with you to create a look that works on you and your skin type
  • You may experience hypersensitivity and more pain around or during your menstrual cycle We will not be able to tattoo over any blemishes, sores, and moles in or around the brow
  • Stop taking Fish Oil 7 days before your appointment and blood thinners (with GP approval)
  • Ensure you have pre ordered your prescription topical anaesthetic via the link sent to you at least 1 week prior to your appointment Please request to send it directly to Beauty on Rose to ensure it is correctly stored and ready for your procedure


Also known as permanent makeup or micropigmentation, the procedure involves the implantation of colour pigments into the area just directly beneath the skins surface to achieve natural looking enhancements to a client’s facial features such as eyebrows, lips and eyelids through the use of extremely fine, sterile and single use disposable needles.

An eyebrow tattoo treatment takes approximately 2 hours from start to finish. Each eyebrow tattoo treatment consists
of 2 steps, the initial treatment session and a second called the perfection session, where we further perfect your new eyebrows at 4-6 weeks later. The perfection session takes approximately 45-90mins.

By Australian Laws, clients must be 18+ years of age to be able to receive any cosmetic tattoo treatment.


We do not offer cosmetic tattoo procedures to pregnant and breastfeeding clients, however we look forward to treating you once your bundle of joy has arrived!

Not everyone is a suitable candidate for any cosmetic tattoo procedure, we do not recommend cosmetic tattoo treatment for clients with the following conditions, as your health and safety are most important to us. Clients who are diabetic, prone to Keloid Scarring, taking certain medication such as Roacutane and certain blood thinners.

Eyebrow tattoo can last up two years (and more in some cases), fading gradually to a lighter colour. The longevity of the eyebrow tattoo depends on many factors, such as the client’s skin type, lifestyle, sun exposure, medication, skincare products and even hormones. As every client’s skin is unique, we can not guarantee the same result for every client. By following aftercare, you can enjoy a better healed result for longer.

Enjoy them! Show them off. Take plenty of selfies and tag us! The complete healing process for cosmetic tattoo produces takes between 4-6 weeks, this is when your new – be it eyebrow tattoo, eyeliner tattoo, lip tattoo would have “settled” in both shape and colour. Our aftercare guide must be followed to achieve best results. Not following the aftercare guide will result in poor retention and may require additional touch ups, and additional fees applied.

Extremely, as we only use single-use, disposable needles, other material and consumables. Our work station is thoroughly disinfected before and after each procedure, and all disposable tools and materials discarded responsibly in accordance with strict Australian Health standards and legislation. We are a licensed premise, permissible to provide skin penetration services by local councils and Governing bodies.

Right after a procedure, your new eyebrow tattoo will look darker and more prominent than the final healed result. The darker colour and thicker shape will settle within a few of days as the pigment lightens, and swelling (mild if any) goes down through the healing process. Some clients may experience slight redness temporarily, and may feel slightly tender, while others won’t. Panadol is usually enough to calm any discomfort.



Medications can affect even the most simple skin care services. Many medications have effects on
the body aside from the reason they are being taken. Not every person has these side effects but
they can happen. Be sure to let your esthetician or Cosmetic tattoo artist know about all prescription
and non-prescription drugs, supplements, topically applied products, eye drops, injections ect. The
more they know about what you use, the better an outcome they can help you achieve. Be sure to
provide your technician on every visit with a complete list of everything that you take so that we
can avoid unexpected complications and make sure you have the safest procedure with the most
positive outcome. Some examples have been listed below, however contraindications are not
limited to those listed and can be any medication that you are taking.
Do NOT stop taking your medications without consulting your GP. Depending on the problem there
are often workarounds. If your medication is a contraindication to doing the desired service your
technician will recommend you talk to your doctor and obtain permission to perform the treatment
in writing.
Cholesterol and blood pressure medications while not blood thinners, work to make the blood
platelets not stick together. In permanent cosmetics this often means there may be more chance of
a blood droplet coming to the surface. The down side is this molecule is bigger than the tattoo
pigment molecule and can wash some of them away. This leads to more colour loss than would
experienced on a client not on these medications. This does not mean that the treatment cannot be
performed, and can be discussed with the tattooist.
Thyroid medications often need permanent cosmetic procedures re-enhanced a little more
frequently. We have noticed that for whatever reason their colour fades a little more quickly.
Blood thinning medications can also cause issues with permanent cosmetic procedures. You may be
referred to get clearance from your physician.
Diabetic clients who are insulin dependent often do not heal as well and may be at a heightened risk
for infection. They may need clearance from their physician for permanent cosmetic services, waxing
or other more aggressive skin care treatments.
Retinoids (Vitamin A) or acids like Glycolic, Lactic or blends work to thin the dead skin of the
epidermis. This means that a service like waxing, microdermabrasion or other exfoliating therapy
increases the risk of skin irritation or even creating a wound. Be sure to discuss use of any of these
products, prescription or over the counter with your technician.
Steroids taken orally, via injection ( or if applied topically to the treatment area) compromise the
immune system and it’s response to healing. These medications can make the area prone to
infection which would be dangerous, unsightly and cause issues with the healing and and retention
of pigments. Steroids of any sort can cause the body to reject the pigment and treat it as a foreign
Chemotherapy drugs compromise immune system and may not heal well. All of these drugs need
your doctor’s written permission that this procedure is safe for you.
Cosmetic Injectables- Any skin treatments or permanent cosmetic procedure is fine before having
cosmetic injectables, preferably waiting 2 weeks post cosmetic tattooing. If you have had either a
neurotoxin or filler injectable wait at least 3 weeks before having cosmetic tattooing. The
manipulation of the skin has a small potential for affecting the outcome and lasting of your injection
site. The best timing for lip tattooing is before any fillers are injected. This has been clinically
observed to produce the best most predictable outcome.
Herbs and supplements can also have an impact on the skin. Some can cause blood thinning or skin
thinning. Always provide your technician with a complete list of everything that you take so that we
can avoid unexpected complications and ensure you have the safest procedure with the most
positive outcome.
Please Note: The esthetician/ cosmetic tattooist has the right to refuse/delay treatment due to
concerns about the outcome of your service. Please ensure to respect their decision and exercise
their duty of care. Your health and safety is our number one concern.