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Ombre

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does the healing process take?

The healing process usually takes 4-6 weeks. During this time, some scabbing and flaking may occur as the skin heals.

Will my eyebrows look dark and unnatural after the procedure?

No, your technician will work with you to choose a color that matches your natural eyebrow hair and skin tone. The result is a soft, natural-looking brow.

Can I still shape my eyebrows after the procedure?

Yes, you can still tweeze or wax stray hairs as needed. However, it is important to avoid shaping too close to the pigmented area as this can affect the overall look of the ombre powder brows.

Is the procedure painful?

Some discomfort may be experienced during the procedure, but most people find it tolerable. The numbing cream and use of a handheld tool also help to minimize any discomfort.

Are there any risks associated with ombre powder brows?

As with any semi-permanent makeup procedure, there are some risks involved such as infection or allergic reactions. It is important to carefully follow aftercare instructions to minimize these risks.

Can I wear makeup after getting ombre powder brows?

It is recommended to wait at least 1 week before applying any makeup or skincare products directly on the pigmented area. This allows the skin to fully heal and prevents any potential irritation.

How long will the results last?

Ombre powder brows typically last 1-3 years, depending on your skin type and aftercare. Touch-up appointments are recommended every 12-18 months to maintain the desired look.

Can I get ombre powder brows if I already have permanent makeup on my eyebrows?

It is important to consult with our trained technicians to determine if the existing permanent makeup can be covered or blended with ombre powder brows. In some cases, it may not be possible. A proper consultation is key.

Are there any restrictions on who can get ombre powder brows?

As mentioned before, those with certain medical conditions or allergies may not be suitable candidates for this procedure. It is important to consult with a trained and experienced technician to determine if it is the right fit for you.