Ombre Brows

Powder brows (also known as powder brow tattoo or shaded brows) is a semi-permanent make-up procedure for eyebrow enhancement in which the artist inserts PMU pigments into the top layers of the skin with a tattoo machine designed  using the dotting technique, or pixelization.

As a result, a powdery eyebrow effect is achieved, and misty, powdered brows are created.



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The technique is similar to micro shading, but the results are more dramatic.


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The whole powder brows procedure resembles the procedure of microblading, but the technique used is different, and so is the final outcome.

The whole procedure is a two-step process, and it consists of the initial insertion of the pigment and the touch-up that takes place 6 – 8 weeks after the initial procedure.

Powder brows create the desired fullness of your eyebrows in a bespoke arch shape that best suits your facial features and brings out your natural beauty.

Ombre Powder Brow FAQs

What Are the Pros of Powder Brows?

There are many advantages to choosing powder brows.

It uses a more traditional tattooing method, which means that the results last longer.

Moreover, this procedure works with all skin types, including oily skin which can be problematic for microblading. Most clients come back for color boosts after 12 – 18 months.

Finally, the eyebrow looks much more defined and dramatic than with the classic, microblading method. The results resemble the look of wearing eyebrow powder.

What Is the Difference Between Microblading and Powder Brows?

Even though the two procedures are somewhat similar, that is, both involve the artist inserting the pigment into the surface layers of your skin, the technique used is different, as well as the result, which is the biggest difference between powder brows and microblading.

Microblading creates individual strokes that resemble the eyebrow hairs, while powder brows create tiny dots to achieve a misty, powder-filled brow. By doing so, the result resembles the look of makeup application that includes a shade underneath the hairs.

What is powder brows’ advantage over microblading is the fact that powder brows last a bit longer than microblading, which is typically around 18 years on average, without touch ups.

The choice between microblading vs powder brows comes down to which style you prefer. Unlike microblading, powder brows don’t look perfectly natural, but rather like an on-point brow makeup look.

Who Shouldn’t Opt for the Powder Brows Procedure?

Certain pre-existing conditions prohibit you from getting powder brows. If you fall into any of the categories below, it is not safe for you to get the treatment:

• People with diabetes
• People with serious diseases such as cancer, epilepsy, or autoimmune disorders
• People with any bleeding disorders
• People who take blood-thinning medications
• People who’ve recently had Botox injections or fillers
• Pregnant or nursing women
• People with a history of keloids or hypertrophic scarring
• People with viral infections or diseases
• People who are going through chemotherapy
• People with skin irritations or Psoriasis near the treated area
• People whose skin was tanned recently

Who Are Powder Brows For?

Just like it’s the case with any semi-permanent makeup treatment, most people qualify as good candidates for the powder brows procedure, although there are some restrictions concerning medical conditions.

Also, what’s even better is that this is a great option for people with oily skin as well. Some PMU treatments cannot deliver satisfactory, long-lasting results on people with such skin, but this procedure is different.

However, there are certain things that the clients need to bear in mind before opting for this procedure.

What Are Powder OMBRE Brows?

A popular way of doing powder brows is by creating the powder ombre effect.

This version is done in a similar way to the original powder brows, but the artist follows a particular saturation pattern. The ombre effect means that the inner part of the brow is lighter and gradually gets darker further out towards the tail.

This results in a three-dimensional look.

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