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Microshading

Eyebrows play a huge role in the beauty world of today. There are so many different ways in which you can style your eyebrows, the most popular method still being  microblading

However, what if the microblading effect is simply not the way you want your eyebrows done? What if you prefer the look of wearing brow powder to pencil strokes? Or, your skin type is not suitable for microblading?

Luckily for you, there are different PMU methods for eyebrow tattooing such as powder brows.


ABOUT POWDER BROWS


What Are Powder Brows?
Powder brows (also known as powder brow tattoo or shaded brows) is a semi-permanent make-up procedure for eyebrow enhancement in which the artist inserts PMU pigments into the top layers of the skin with a tattoo machine designed  using the dotting technique, or pixelization.
As a result, a powdery eyebrow effect is achieved, and misty, powdered brows are created. The technique is similar to Microshading but the results are more dramatic.
The whole powder brows procedure resembles the procedure of microblading, but the technique used is different, and so is the final outcome. 
Powder brows create the desired fullness of your eyebrows in a bespoke arch shape that best suits your facial features and brings out your natural beauty.


What Are Powder Ombre Brows?

A popular way of doing powder brows is by creating the powder ombre effect.
This version is done in a similar way to the original powder brows, but the artist follows a particular saturation pattern. The ombre effect means that the inner part of the brow is lighter and gradually gets darker further out towards the tail. This results in a three-dimensional look.
To find out more about powder ombre brows, visit our Powder Ombre Page
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