WHAT IS OMBRÉ POWDER BROWS?
Ombré Powder Brows is an advanced form of Microblading that uses a small semi-permanent tattoo machine instead of the hand blading technique. The ombré powder brows is a combination of dots and shading technique to achieve a very natural, soft powder, pixel powder effect. Unlike conventional permanent make-up, ombré powder brows technique creates a 3D shape and design that fades from light to dark which produces a just applied powder make-up look. It can be combined with microbladed hair strokes for a fuller result or as a stand alone service.
WHO BENEFITS FROM THE OMBRÉ POWDER BROWS?
- Great for clients who prefer the make-up effect
- Natural-looking fullness
- Density and more of a defined look
- For clients who have very thin or very little eyebrow hair
- For clients who have unbalanced hair through their brows, which results in inconsistence at some parts of the brow
- For anyone who has lost eyebrow hair due to plucking or diseases
- Suitable for all skin types
- Suitable for oily skin
- Cover up old PMU work
OMBRÉ POWDER BROW FAQs
How Long Does The Ombré Powder Brow Last?
The Ombré Powder Brows can last anywhere from 1-3 years but may vary for several reasons including client skin type, aftercare, age, sun exposure and use of certain skin care products.
Results vary and can last up to 2 years before needing a touch-up or color boost.
What Should I Expect For The Ombré Powder Brows?
This treatment will begin with a discussion on the shape and color of the brows. The eyebrow artist will digitally map the client’s brow placement before the procedure to ensure symmetry and the client’s personal preference. Each client’s face has a unique bone structure and contour that will play a significant role in their look and shape.
Allow 2 hours for this procedure to be completed. Our pigments are 100 percent vegan and never tested on animals.
How Long Is The Healing Process?
The healing process will be different for everyone. Two weeks is the recommended minimum amount of time to allow your brows to heal. With following proper aftercare, the initial result can be visible after 4-6 weeks. The touch-up must be done within 4-6 weeks for an optimal outcome.