What is Ombre Powder Brows?

Ombré Powder Brows is a shading technique that’s 100% customizable and great for anyone who wants a soft and natural look. This procedure creates pixelated dots to mimic powder-filled brows with no harsh front or outline. It is customizable and can be as natural or bold as you'd like. 

Unlike microblading, powder brows is less invasive to the skin and lasts longer. This is great for all skin types including oily and mature. Many people are fearful of this method looking unnatural, because it does create a more defined opaque look. However, ombre brows can be made to look very natural! Take a look at our work.

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FAQs

HOW LONG WILL OMBRE POWDER BROWS LAST? 

This technique can last an average of between 1-4 years. Over time, the tattoo will fade lighter and shrink around the edges. How fast it fades depends on your skin type, lifestyle, age, and how often you go back for touch-ups.

HOW DO TOUCHUPS WORK?

A first touch-up is recommended around the 6-12 week timeframe after the initial appointment. All clients’ skin takes in permanent makeup differently therefore, this ‘perfecting’ session can darken or thicken the shape if necessary. After the perfecting session, clients may come back for touch-ups as needed. It is not necessary to get a touch-up annually if the brows are still intact. Preserving the integrity of the skin is better in the long run. Usually, clients come in at the 1-2 year mark. 

WHAT ARE THE MAIN BENEFITS OF OMBRE POWDER BROWS?

  • Ombre powder brows are great for any skin type, unlike microblading, which may not work well on oily skinned beauties.

  • Your eyebrow will look fuller, more defined as well as dramatic.

  • Ombre brows last longer than microbladed brows, usually up to 5 years.

  • The ombre powder technique is a bit less invasive than that of microblading.

  • Also, this semi-permanent eyebrow styling technique is less painful than that of microblading.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OMBRE POWDER BROWS AND MICROBLADING?

They are NOT the same! Many people get confused with the terms.

The biggest difference between the two semi-permanent eyebrow styling techniques is how the pigment is deposited into the skin. Microblading uses a handheld tool to carve small cuts into the skin, whereas Ombre brows are done using a tattoo machine, mainly with a single needle. The ombre powder technique is a bit less invasive than that of microblading.

WHAT IS THE PRECARE AND AFTERCARE PROCESS?

To make sure your permanent makeup tattoo heals well, there are precare and aftercare instructions you will have to follow. Please visit HERE to read more about the precare and aftercare.

REQUIREMENTS

Any treatment, medication, or illness that compromises the immune system/healing would not make you a good candidate for permanent makeup.

If you have any other medical conditions that you are unsure of, please contact us at vixcosmetictattoo@gmail.com and we will be happy to answer your questions.

DISQUALIFIED

  • Under 18 years of age

  • Pregnant or nursing

  • Those with viral infections/diseases

  • Transmittable blood conditions (AIDS, HIV, Hepatitis, etc.)*

  • Current using or have taken steroids (Accutane, Doxycycline, etc.) within the past year

  • COVID positive

  • Lips that are extremely dry, chapped or wrinkled

ELIGIBLE WITH A DOCTOR'S CLEARANCE AND NOTE

  • On blood thinning medications

  • On antibiotics

  • Chemotherapy (currently or within the past year)

  • Heart issues

  • Diabetic

  • Thyroid issues

  • Glaucoma

  • Tuberculosis (T.B.)

  • Epilepsy

  • Organ transplant

Doctor's note must be obtained before your appointment. An electronic note is acceptable.

ELIGIBLE BASED ON INDIVIDUAL CASES

  • Those with previous tattoo (must be approved before booking)

  • Allergic to anesthetics (lidocaine), tattoo inks, needles, pigments, makeup, or colors

  • Skin disorders (psoriasis, rosacea, eczema, melasma) around tattoo area

  • Sick (cold, flu, etc.)

  • Botox in the tattoo area within the last 4 weeks

  • Has present open wound, bacterial or viral infection

  • Aged skin that is extremely thin or severely wrinkled

  • Prone to hyperpigmentation

  • Dry/wrinkled lips