Before & After Permanent Makeup


Ombré Micro Pigmentation Powder Effect

This is a semi-permanent shading technique that mimics the effect you achieve when you use a brow powder or pencil. It offers a soft yet ombre appearance.

Powder Effect


Hybrid Technique


Hair Strokes Effect


Micro Pigmentation Hybrid Method

Hybrid method is a combination of hair strokes and powder effect resulting in a natural and groomed brows effect


Ombré Powder Permanent Makeup vs. Microblading

For the unfortunates who have basically zero natural brows, the powder technique is the way to go. If you don’t have a lot of hair, or if you have no hair,  microblading is not a good choice, because it just ends up looking like lines on your face. You should also opt for powder if you have dense front brows and little hair in the tail end—a common brow woe.

Similarly, someone with thin, oily skin is not a good candidate for traditional microblading because the oil will cause the lines to blur in a matter of months. You know how you have to dry out a wound for it to heal? Same goes for microblading tattooed brows, where natural oils from the skin can prevent the cuts from healing properly.

Ombré powder brows also age and fade well (a concern lots of would-be microblade clients have). It’s diffused powder, so when it fades it just gets lighter, and lighter, and lighter. It looks good longer, so it doesn’t require a touch up quite as soon as you would for microblading.

Although permanent makeup is not “forever” permanent, it is more permanent than microblading, which can last up to 3 years, depending on the person.

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