Powder brows is a semi-permanent make-up cosmetic treatment, in which the technician uses a tattoo machine to insert the pigment into the top layers of the skin using a shading technique. As a result, a more powdery eyebrow effect is achieved and a misty, powder looking brow is created.
The most common way of creating powder brows is by mixing it with the ombre effect. Added to powder brows, ombre effect is the one that creates a misty effect of the eyebrows. The tails of the ombre powder brows are darker, and as one moves to the front of the brow, it starts to fade, giving a three-dimensional look that only makeup can recreate.
The whole procedure is a two-step process, and it consists of the initial insertion of the pigment, and the touch-up that takes place 2-4 weeks after the initial procedure. Powder brows are there to help you create the desired fullness of your eyebrows, and create the exact design that you want.