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Permanent Eyebrows Makeup in Progress

Powder, Hairstroke & Combination Brows

Achieve long-lasting brow enhancement with Powder / Ombre, Hairstroke & Combination Brow Semi-Permanent Make-up.

Powder / Ombre Brows

If you prefer a fuller brow but still want that soft texture, the Powder / Ombre Brows technique mimics the appearance of conventional brow make-up whether it be a brow pencil or brow shadow.

Powder or Ombre Brows is a form of semi-permanent make-up where pigment is deposited under the surface of the skin using a rotary machine. It is the application of thousands of tiny dots of colour pigment, gradually building up colour and a defined shape. The colour transition from lighter to darker, creates the powder / ombre effect.

This technique creates a soft, powdery, airbrushed look ideal for those who want a bolder brow or have brows and want a more defined base colour. Also, really good for cover ups or corrections.


Hairstroke Brows

The Hairstroke Brows technique mimics your own eyebrow hairs thus creating a feathering effect. This innovative technique is far more natural looking than a solid fill. The hairstroke method is created by drawing the hair-like strokes with a semi-permanent make-up device. A very fine needle will deposit semi-permanent make-up pigmenting into the dermal layer of the skin.

Super-fine strokes will resemble the look of single natural, eyebrow hairs.

Thickness, shape, position, the distance between strokes, and direction of the drawn hairs determine how natural the final effect will look.


Combination Brows

Combination Brows combine 'powdered' and 'hairstroke' effects together to achieve beautiful natural, defined brows. The inner "head" of the brow is feathered with hair like strokes, while the tail is powdered for perfect definition. Great for those who want slightly more definition than a natural microblading look.


What happens during the procedure?

All three procedures involve a three-step process, including an initial consultation appointment, first treatment and top-up 6-8 weeks later to ensure shape definition and pigment retention. The top-up must take place within two months of your first treatment and initial consultation.

In order to maintain the effect, you can expect to need to return for a colour boost top-up approximately every 10 months, although this will vary from person to person.


Patch test required at least 24 hours beforehand for all eyebrow treatments and is included within your initial consultation appointment.

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