Don’t feel like drawing your eyebrows every morning? Then Ombre Powder Brows can offer a solution. With this relatively new semi-permanent make-up technique, eyebrow eye-catchers can be created that remain beautiful for up to three years. In this article we explain what Ombre Powder Brows entails, what the pros and cons are and for whom it is suitable.
Ombre Powder Brows is a form of semi-permanent make-up (semi-PMU). With this technique, pigment is applied to the skin, so that the effect is long-lasting, but not 100% permanent.
Ombre Powder Brows is similar to tattooing the eyebrow, but unlike tattooing, the effect of Ombre Powder Brows is more natural. Also, a tattooed eyebrow is permanent, which means that you are stuck with the set eyebrows forever. The effect of Ombre Powder Brows lasts up to three years. Do you prefer a permanent result? Then you can opt for an eyebrow transplant .
With Ombre Powder Brows of the eyebrows, pigment is applied under the skin with a special pen containing ultra-thin needles. The needles, as it were, make tiny cuts in the skin, which ensures that the pigment settles just below the skin’s surface.
The pigment is applied with a smooth, sweeping motion. The specialist draws ‘hair strokes’ in the skin with a sterile pen in the direction of hair growth. This ensures a natural result. The semi-permanent hairs are less than a millimeter thick.
Having semi-permanent eyebrow make-up applied has many advantages, such as: