Microblading is the most common semi-permanent makeup that can be used to enhance the beauty and fullness of your brows. Many women have been opting for this method since its inception. Microblading is not for everyone. It’s not recommended for people with large pores or oily skin. The colour doesn’t show up well and can make your brows look blurry. Ombre Powder Brows are best for oily skin.
What is Ombre Powder Brows?
Semi-permanent ombre powder eyebrows give you a soft, pencil-like look. This technique was developed in Asia, and it has been used for many decades. This gives your eyebrows a more defined shape and depth. It is particularly suitable for people with combination or oily skin.
What is the difference between Ombre Powder Brows and Microblading?
Microblading is different from Ombre Powder Brows in that the pigment is applied to the skin differently. Microblading uses a handheld tool that makes small cuts in your skin, much like a tattoo. The Ombre Brows, on the other hand are performed using a less invasive machine than Microblading.
Is it painful?
It all depends on your pain tolerance. Most brow artists will use a topical anaesthetic cream to ensure that you feel comfortable throughout the procedure.
How long will it last?
Technically, your Ombre Powder Brows will last between two and five years. This would depend on many factors such as sun exposure, skin type, heart conditions, and so forth.
What are the benefits of Ombre Powder Brows?
Ombre powder brows have the advantage of being suitable for all skin types. This is in contrast to microblading which doesn’t work well with oily skin. Ombre brows can make your eyebrows look fuller, more defined, and more dramatic.
Your ombre brows can last up to five years, which is longer than your micro-bladed brows. Aside from the fact that ombre brows are less invasive than microblading it’s also much less painful.
For whom is it most appropriate?
The Ombre Powder Brows, unlike microblading are suitable for all skin types, particularly those with oily or very dark hair.
Who is it not suitable for?
If you have any of the following conditions, it is best to avoid this procedure and consult a doctor before booking for treatment.
- Autoimmune disorders or epilepsy
- Bleeding disorders
- Viral infections
- Skin irritations
- Blood-thinning medication
- Heart problems
- Had an organ transplant
- High blood pressure uncontrolled
What aftercare tips are there?
- Do not exercise or sweat too much
- Avoid touching or peeling the scabs
- Apply makeup only for 12 to 14 days
- Avoid sun exposure
- Avoid hot and long showers
- Do not wash your brows too often
- Avoid excessive sun exposure