POWDER

POWDER BROWS

Microshading Fluffy permanent eyebrows
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Powder eyebrows have become a popular solution for many people looking to either enhance their beauty or correct their features. This technique is permanent makeup (cosmetic tattoos) in which pigments are implanted under the surface of the skin using a tattoo machine. With the help of this technique, your eyebrows will look soft and fluffy.

Our treatment creates stunning natural brows. If you don’t normally color your brows, but want to make them more expressive, the powder technique is for you. Powder eyebrows can also hide old microblades, semi-permanent makeup, or faded cosmetic tattoos. Powder brows are less invasive than microblading because powder brows are done with a machine.

The powder technique creates pixelated dots from light colour at the front of the eyebrows and darkens at the bottom. The powder eyebrows effect uses flecks of pigment to recreate the flawless fresh look you wear every day.

We use ultra-fine disposable tattoo needles and premium quality professional pigments to deliver pigment to the skin to create a soft, feathery pencil look. You’ve probably heard of microblading, a semi-permanent solution for sparse brows that creates the illusion of hair on your skin.

The technique, called powder brows, uses a procedure somewhat similar to microblading but has some additional benefits.

COMPARISON BETWEEN MICROBALDING AND POWDER BROWS

If you have oily skin, microblading will likely come off faster than other skin types. Less collagen means thinner skin, meaning that a technique called microblading is more painful and invasive than powder brow tinting. Even more mature skin types respond better to this brow filling method due to the loss of collagen. In general, the technique called Powder brows has been shown to last longer than microblading while at the same time giving it a softer and fuller look to create the illusion of much fuller eyebrows.

In case you tend to prefer thicker brows, then you can enhance your brows with a powder technique that usually lasts 18 to 24 months, and it’s great for people with oily skin because the pigment lasts longer. You can expect all permanent makeup treatments to be more painful than traditional brow wax or tweezers, but we use an anesthetic cream to ease any discomfort.

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