What are Powder/Ombré Brows?

Powder/Ombré brows are created through a cosmetic semi permanent makeup technique designed to create eyebrows with soft powder effect, very similar to powder makeup. Powder effect is done with a shading technique using a permanent makeup device, which is similar to a tattoo gun.

With powdered/Ombré brows, instead of merely using strokes to fill in eyebrow hairs, the needle is used to draw both dashes and dots on the targeted area. The pigment is deposited onto the skin, which causes it to last longer than the ?scratches? of microblading.

The methodology of  Ombré  brows utilizes a technique of ?shaded? brows to give the appearance of fullness, thus giving excellent definition. You can build upon the initial shading to layer the look of your eyebrows. At first, the brows may seem dark, but they quickly fade to a soft, gentle look.


Powder/Ombré brows last about 1-3 but because powder brows are an even shade, they tend to just lighten over time for an easy transition. Powder/Ombré brows can be touched up every year if desired and never cause any trauma since it is superficially placed in the skin. Although yearly touch ups for powder brows are recommended in order to keep your shape, it is not completely necessary. If you decide to never get a touch up again, your brows will continue to lighten until there is very little residual pigment left in the skin. This technique was designed to fade quickly (1-3 years)