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(4-12 week touch up - $50) 

What Are Ombré Powder Brows? 

Ombré Powder Brows is a semi - permanent tattoo that consists of layering thousands of tiny pixels to create a fuller brow look. The brow will be the softest from the inner corners, and gradually darken towards the outer ends, creating the "ombré" finish. This technique differs from microblading, as it does not involve creating tiny hair strokes that microblading would achieve. 

Who Is A Good Candidate for Ombré Powder Brows?

Everyone is a good candidate for ombré powder brows! Unlike microblading, which is only suited for a certain skin type, ombré powder brows are safe and suited for all skin types. This means, with proper application and colour selection, you can enjoy long lasting brows that heal beautifully opposed to causing trauma to the skin. 

That being said, there are some exceptions. In order to book an appointment, you: 

  • Must be 18 years or older

  • Must not have a Covid-19 vaccine 2 weeks prior or after the appointment 

  • Must not be pregnant and/or breastfeeding

  • Must not be diabetic

  • Must not have high blood pressure

  • Must not have any skin diseases or skin cancer

  • Must not have glaucoma

  • Must not have any transmittable blood disease (HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, etc)

  • Must not have any skin conditions such as Keloids or significant scarring, rashes, eczema, psoriasis or heavy acnes in treatment area

  • Must not be undergoing (past or future) chemotherapy or radiation

  • Must be off of Accutane for 6 months prior to service

How Long do Ombré Powder Brows Last?

2-3 years! After the initial application, a touch up may be required after 6-8 weeks . This will ensure your artist can fill any areas of the skin that did not pick up the pigment, darken the brows, and/or make any adjustments that are needed. 

After the first touch up, you may need to come for yearly touch ups. This will vary from person to person and their skin type. 

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