Sophie Cachia had her brows feathered and shared every step of the process.

“Feathering” is the popular new way to achieve flawless eyebrows without the need to touch them up daily, and now Sophie Cachia has given it a go.

Brow feathering is a form of cosmetic tattooing that can be done using a hand tool (micro-blading) or machine technique. It involves micro-pigmenting fine strokes that mimic the natural hair into the outer layers of the skin.

The technique promises natural-looking brows, and that’s exactly what The Young Mummy says has been delivered.

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Giving her Instagram followers a behind-the-scenes look into the process, the blogger shared how her beauty therapist took her through the relatively pain-free process.

While admitting the part when the pigment was placed in did sting a little, Sophie said it was about a "two out of 10" thanks to some top quality numbing cream.

Bless you, numbing cream. (Images: Sophie Cachia/Instagram)

"If you can handle a stingy-scratchy-itchy feeling you'll survive, just like I did," she wrote on Instagram.

Before undergoing the treatment, the mum-of-two said she had her reservations after hearing and seeing "horror stories", but felt she was in safe hands.

"I always had brows, but they were horribly uneven and gave me the sh--s big time because no matter what I did, I couldn't get them to grow the same," she said.

And the results? Cachia says she loves her new look and her brow game is "strong".

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