Drawing on your brows every day takes 10 minutes that you’d probably rather spend doing something else. You’ve no doubt heard of microblading, the semi-permanent solution to sparse brows that creates the illusion of hairs on your skin. But have you heard of powder brows? Powder brows, also known as ombre brows or ombre powder brows, is a slightly newer semi-permanent brow technique that creates a soft, powdered look that subtly fills in your brow.
What's the difference between powder brows and microblading?
Microblading uses a handheld tool to create natural hair strokes throughout the brows to fill in any gaps you may have where are powder brows uses a digital machine, which allows soft pixels of color to be layered onto the brows to create the perfect shape, which results in a fuller yet natural look.
How long does this last?
Typically last for 12 to 18 months, and that they’re great for people who have oily skin because the pigment lasts longer, whereas the microblading technique might fade more quickly.