Eyebrows are the most important feature of your face. They frame the eyes and give the face emotions and expressions!
The Ombré / Powder Brows
This is a form of a powder technique that replicates the look of your eyebrow pencil.
Ombre has a gradient where it goes lighter at the center of the eyebrow and gradually gets darker towards the end of the brow,
while powder is the same color throughout the brow.
This look provides additional soft definition to beautifully accentuate your eyes and is especially helpful to those with oily skin types.
Ombre or Powder Brows are meant to create a diffused powder look much like makeup.
They do not incorporate hair strokes and are best for clients that desire a fuller-looking brow
or for those that have existing brow hair but want to add base color.
This technique is NOT the same as a solid
block tattoo eyebrows.
No more filling in your brows! This is a machine technique which achieves a natural soft powder look.
Thousands of dots of custom blended, the hypo-allergenic pigment is implanted layer by layer producing a gradient of color from dark to light.
This mimics the natural color progression of the brow from the tail and the core to the bulb.
Ombre is a technique that is great for those with oily skin, aging skin, acne prone skin, sensitive skin
and even those who have had previous permanent makeup.
Prior to the procedure we will shape and customize your brows to a size and shape that complements your facial features and brings out your eyes.
We will also select a color that best matches your natural complexion and skin tone baring in mind undertones and skin conditions.
Topical anesthetics are applied before and during the procedure to keep pain and discomfort to a minimum.
The procedure requires approximately two hours and there is no
A touch up is required 6-12 weeks after the initial procedure.
After that, touch-ups are recommended yearly to maintain color richness and shape.
For the first 10-12 days, eyebrows will appear darker, bolder, and thicker due to scab formation
and the natural skin healing process of the immune system.
This is common and to be expected for all permanent makeup procedures.