Ombré Brows are permanent eyebrow makeup that’s tattooed to give a soft, misty, powder filled brow similar to the look of makeup, resulting in a very subtle look. Ombré eyebrows are for clients who prefer fuller results than microbladed or machine hair strokes that will still have a very soft look and feel to them. This is a machine technique that when healed looks like very detailed makeup that has been done with an eyebrow pencil or eyebrow shadow. The tails and the bottom of the brow are tattooed darker and fade into a lighter shade at beginning & top of the brow, giving a perfect ombré shaded affect. The results are waterproof, smudge-proof and completely natural looking when healed.
Powder Brows are permanent eyebrow makeup a where a soft powdered fill brow similar to the subtle look of makeup is achieved without the depth gradient that is offered in ombré brows. Powder brows have a more consistent-looking feel to them. These are often better suited to people wanting a look that’s fully made up but less constructed than ombré brows.
Like ombré brows, the perfect candidate for powder brows is anyone who regularly uses eyebrow pencils or eyebrow powder to fill their brow. If you feel naked without doing your brows, this is for you! If the natural brow is thinner and/or nonexistent, can add hair strokes, creating a combination brow to add additional texture and feel.
Shaded Brows are permanent eyebrow makeup that is best used to cover up and/or color correct old permanent makeup that has faded or changed colors. Shaded brows result in a more solid look and feel than ombré or powder brows.
The perfect candidate for ombré, powder or shaded eyebrows is anyone who fills in their brows with eyebrow pencils or powdered makeup on a daily basis. If you feel naked without doing your brows, this is for you! If the natural brow is thinner and/or nonexistent, can add hair strokes, creating a combination brow to add additional texture and feel.
Special considerations for people wanting eyebrow tattoos are:
- Botox injections of the forehead and brow area should be avoided for at least 3 weeks prior to treatment and for 2-3 weeks after.
- Use of brow growth serums should be avoided at least 4-6 weeks prior to the appointment. Growth serum use may cause extensive bleeding and bruising of the brow area during the brow procedure.
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