Ombre Powder Brows Arlington
What are Ombre Powder Brows?
Ombre Powder Brows are a type of permanent make-up, where through the manual process of inserting pigment into the upper layers of skin, I create the desired fullness and design of the eyebrows. A small hand tool with tiny needles is used, as opposed to a tattoo gun used in traditional tattoos. This technique differs from Microblading in that we create a powdery filled brow similar to the look of makeup, as opposed to simulated hair. The tails of the brow are darker, and fade into a light start to the brow, giving that perfect ombre makeup affect!
The effects will be waterproof, smudge-proof and completely realistic. It lasts longer than Microblading, typically around 2 years on average, depending on the client’s skin type, lifestyle and various other factors. Over time, pigment fades leaving the skin and your natural brows behind.
Ombre Brows Versus Hair-stroke, Which Brow Style Is Best For You?
Ombre Powder eyebrows Vs Hair-stroke. I often get asked for ‘natural brows’ during my pre-consultation with a client. All the work carried out at our clinic is intended to look natural, we never create an eyebrow that appears to be drawn with a sharpie pen! We all want natural looking brows but how natural is natural? Both brow styles can look super soft, or have a more intense make-up look, this can be easily achieved with our state of the art PMU techniques.
Both the Ombre and Hair-stroke eyebrow styles are beautiful, it just comes down to which one you prefer. We can decide which permanent eyebrow style is right for you during your free consultation. Our client’s report that they love our in depth, up close and personal advisory chat before we actually carry out their permanent eyebrow make-up treatment.
If you know which brow style you prefer, Ombre or Hair-stroke from the offset, then that’s great! If not then we will discuss the specifics and differences of the 2 styles, or I will advise you on which look will suit your skin type, facial shape and your overall image. Both brow styles looks can be very natural and both looks can be bold.
We would love to know which brow look is your favourite!