Eyebrows permanent makeup

ombre powder eyebrows

Ombre Powder Eyebrows is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing technique that creates a gradual shading effect from the front of the eyebrows to the tail. This technique involves using a tattoo machine to deposit small dots of pigment into the skin, creating a soft, powdery look that mimics the appearance of filled-in eyebrows.

The ombre effect is achieved by using a lighter pigment shade at the front of the eyebrows and gradually transitioning to a darker shade at the tail. This creates a natural-looking gradient effect that gives the illusion of fuller and more defined eyebrows.

Compared to traditional eyebrow tattooing, which creates hair-like strokes, Ombre Powder Brows create a more filled-in and solid look. This technique is particularly popular among people with sparse or thin eyebrows, as it can help create a more defined and symmetrical appearance.

Package Includes:

  • Initial session 3 hours
  • Touch up session is required after 6 weeks
    (additional charge $200)
  • Suitable for any skin type

Nano Eyebrows
Microblading look.
Hair Strokes.

Nano brows and microblading are both semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing techniques used to create fuller-looking eyebrows. However, there are some key differences between the two techniques.The main difference between microblading and nano brows is the tool used to create the strokes.

Microblading uses a handheld tool with tiny sharp needles. Needles groped in one line, and after using it on the skin, leave a stroke mimicking hair. On the other hand, the Nano brows technique uses a machine with a single very fine needle to draw hair strokes pixel by pixel.

Nano brows are done with the tattoo machine, which uses needle much smaller than the needles used in microblading. The delicate strokes created by machine pixel by pixel result in a more natural-looking eyebrows than traditional microblading. This technique is also less traumatic to the skin.

Package includes:

  • Initial session 3 hours
  • Touch up session is required after 6 weeks
    (additional charge $200)
  • Best for dry/normal skin types, not suitable for oily skin.

Combo Eyebrows -
Microblading with
MICROSHADING Combo.

Combo eyebrows typically combine hair stroke technique with shading technique using a tattooing machine to add depth and dimension to the eyebrows.

It involves creating fine, hair-like strokes at the head of an eyebrow and follows with a shading towards the end of the eyebrow, creating a soft gradient from defined hair strokes to a powder effect.

During the procedure, a technician will carefully etch individual strokes into the skin, following the natural direction and shape of the client’s eyebrows. This technique allows for precise control over the eyebrows’ thickness, density, and arch, resulting in a more natural and realistic appearance.

The shading component involves gently filling the spaces between the microbladed strokes with soft, diffused colors to create a more defined and polished look.

The result of combo eyebrows is semi-permanent, as the pigments used in the procedure gradually fade over time. Touch-up sessions may be required to maintain the desired shape and color of the eyebrows. It’s essential to consult with a trained and experienced permanent makeup artist to discuss your expectations, determine if you are a suitable candidate, and ensure proper aftercare to achieve optimal results.

Package includes:

  • Initial session 3 hours
  • Touch up session is required after 6 weeks
    (additional charge $200)
  • Best for dry/normal skin types, not suitable for oily skin.

 

Pigment refresh

The longevity of permanent makeup, also known as cosmetic tattooing, can vary depending on several factors such as the area of the body, the type of pigment used, the depth of the tattoo, and the individual’s skin type and lifestyle.

Generally, permanent makeup can last anywhere from 1-5 years. However, it is important to note that touch-up sessions may be required to maintain the desired appearance of the tattoo.

Factors that can affect the longevity of permanent makeup include exposure to sunlight, swimming, and skincare products. Sun exposure and swimming can cause the pigment to fade more quickly, as well as certain skincare products, such as those containing exfoliating acids and retinols, can also cause the pigment to fade.

It is essential to follow proper aftercare instructions provided by the tattoo artist to ensure the best possible longevity of the permanent makeup.

Package includes:

  • 3 hours session
  • Available for up to 24 months after initial procedure