Most beauty lovers find it stressful to precisely fill in their eyebrows in the mirror. You can enjoy low-maintenance eyebrows for up to three years with Ombre shading. Check out the rest of the article if you are looking for more brow drama.
To create the ombre effect, the eyebrow has a dark arch with faded lighter tones at the front. For those seeking the look of freshly applied makeup, this brow choice is just right.
Using this waterproof and smudge-proof treatment, brows will be filled and designed according to your preferences.
Brows & Lips’ semi-permanent makeup artists can perform the best ombre eyebrow treatments in the UAE. Our signature semi-permanent ombre eyebrows are designed to give you well-groomed brows that will last for one to three years.
In addition to being friendly to all skin types, ombre brows are an excellent investment. Women with sparse or no brow hair often have difficulty filling in their brows. A service like this saves time in the mornings, saves money, and is helpful when filling them out. Additionally, you can specify the density of the brows, which means how light or dark you want them to be.
Due to the deeper insertion of pigment, it tends to last longer and is more suitable for those who have oily skin or have no brow hair, to begin with.
There is a three-year shelf life for permanent makeup. For maximum color results, a top-up appointment is needed 4-8 weeks after the initial procedure.
There are a few factors that will affect the longevity of your ombre eyebrow:
For beautiful-looking brows that last, visit Brows & Lips in Dubai.
Ombre brow treatments feel similar to getting your eyebrows threaded. Our technicians apply a numbing order to ensure your comfort during the brow treatment, our technicians apply a numbing agent to the brow area beforehand.
Detailed information about aftercare is provided.
It takes 1-2 hours to make sure the pigment is correct, the shape is perfect, and the shaded effect is just right for you.
We at Brows & Lips are committed to providing you with defined eyebrows that revitalize your appearance. Let us captivate your natural beauty with our Ombre eyebrow treatment.
We will discuss your desired brow aesthetic during your consultation at our salon. Our job is to examine your eyebrows and design new brows that complement your face shape.
Depending on your skin type, semi-permanent ombre eyebrows require a healing period of 10 days. A complete post-treatment instruction sheet will be provided by your artist. Additionally, we offer a variety of products to assist you in caring for your new Ombre Eyebrows.
AED 1500 is charged for the treatment, followed by AED 500 for the retouch after a month. We recommend that clients arrive at their appointments well rested and bare-faced. It is important to stay away from anything that may thin the blood 48 hours before the service. Until after the procedure, stop drinking alcohol, taking pain relievers, taking specific medications, or getting Botox. In fact, blood-thinning agents thin the blood, which causes you to bleed more than normal, resulting in poor pigment retention.
As a client, you should expect to feel comfortable and at ease during the appointment. This is very important to us. You are getting tattooed on your face after all!
A topical anesthetic will typically be applied by your professional and allowed to sit for 10-20 minutes before shading. While it numbs you, it is uncomfortable because you are abrading the skin. An artist will draw a frame around your brows to determine where pigment will be applied. Prior to applying the pigment to your skin, you will be able to see the shape and color. The shading of your customized brows can begin as soon as you agree and confirm the look. Your eyebrows will look darker after the procedure, and they may feel tender as well.
There are no documented side effects of machine shading. The needle penetrates the skin less deeply than with a traditional tattoo. Semi-permanent treatments fade over time. When clients come from other places, we have seen color changes in the pigment under the skin over time. This can be caused by sun exposure or a bad choice of pigment by the brow technician. Be sure to research the establishment and the place you will be visiting before you get serviced.