WHAT IS OMBRÉ BROW?
Ombré Brows (also known as Powder Brows/Shaded Brows) is a semi-permanent make-up procedure, where through the process of inserting pigment into the top layers of skin by using a digital device.
The procedure is a two-step process (initial insertion of pigment & touch-up 5-8 weeks later)
We create the desired fullness and design of the eyebrows
This technique differs from Microblading, Nanohairstrokes and W-Brow Technique in that we create a misty, powder-filled brow resembling the look of makeup application or a fresh eyebrow tint/henna/HD Brows.
They are semi-permanent, in that most fade over time if no additional procedure is performed
WHAT DOES OMBRÉ BROW LOOK LIKE?
The tails of the brow are darker, and as you move towards the front of the brow it starts to fade
The effects will be waterproof and smudge-proof
It lasts longer than Microblading, typically around 3 years on average
Results are not determined until a touch-up application is completed
HOW LONG DOES OMBRÉ BROW LAST?
Ombré Brow can last for up to 3 years
A touch up is required 6-8 weeks after the initial appointment
Clients that choose a soft look, light colour shade or did not follow the aftercare instructions may require more touch up appointments
Factors that will cause your semi-permanent brow tattoo to fade faster:
Tanning bed / sun exposure
We suggest a yearly "Colour Boost" to maintain your procedure colour integrity
POWDER / OMBRÉ BROW AFTERCARE
FIRST 72 HOURS AFTER PROCEDURE
Make sure your hands are washed and sanitized then dab/pat the area using distilled water and cotton pad, water wipes or fragrance free baby wipes every 2-3 hours. Otherwise, a scab can form and this will cause a loss of pigment.
DAYS 4 and 5
Nothing. At all :)
DAYS 6 - 10
Apply a rice size bead of given ointment/cream just before going sleep
If a crust appears on the pigmented surface DO NOT force the removal by picking, scratching or washing! Pigment may be removed along with the crust!
FOR 10 UP TO 14 DAYS POST TREATMENT
Facial cleansers and moisturizers
Rubbing the pigmented areas
Retinol, Glycolic, Salicylic or ANY acids on pigmented areas as well as Vitamin C. If you are not sure if your moisturizers includes any of those - please check on the back of the pot.
Makeup on pigmented area ( !)
Hot, steamy, long showers
Sun and tanning beds
Jacuzzi or saunas
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT EVERYONE IS DIFFERENT AND HEALING PROCESS MIGHT BE SHORTER OR LONGER