All Areola Tattoo consultations and treatments are held in the comfort of our Privée suite in Sydney, ensuring a comfortable and private space throughout your experience.
Areola Tattooing is an in-salon cosmetic treatment that, through expert 3D shading and highlighting, simulates the colour and texture of both the nipple and areola. While available for all, Areola Tattooing is intended to repair a sense of normalcy and confidence for breast cancer survivors. For many cancer survivors, it can sometimes be triggering, dysmorphic, or otherwise upsetting to have to undergo breast reconstruction surgery, also known as a mastectomy. This treatment offers clients an opportunity to reconnect with their bodies, minimise scarring and feel at home in their own skin. Across all stages of this treatment our artists work with you to achieve your desired results, harnessing semi-permanent tattoo pigment to provide a natural look.
WHO IS SUITABLE FOR AREOLA TATTOOING?
Areola Tattooing is also suitable for clients looking to increase their connection to their body following mastectomy, breast augmentation, lifts, or chest masculisation/feminisation surgery. We understand the emotional complexity inherent in this particular treatment, and should you wish to receive more information our supportive team are always on hand to talk you through the process.
BREAST SURGERY, CHEMOTHERAPY AND YOUR AREOLA TATTOO.
To ensure the scar tissue has completely healed prior to treatment, your artist will advise the correct timing post surgery for your treatment. This will be discussed by your artist in your personalised consultation.
inclusive of retouch 6-10 weeks following appointment
Single Nipple $700
Bilateral Nipple $1200
PARTNERSHIP WITH LOOK GOOD FEEL BETTER
Amy Jean Brows will donate 10% of every Areola & Nipple Tattoo to Look Good Feel Better.
In celebration of our exciting new treatment offering, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with charity Look Good Feel Better. The Look Good Feel Better program is designed to help those undergoing cancer treatment face their diagnosis with confidence. Through face-to-face workshops, virtual workshops and Home-Delivered Confidence Kits, each year the program aims to help 10,000 Australians learn practical strategies to manage the physical, psychological and social impacts of cancer treatment.