Powder, Ombré, and Shading: Which Microblading Method Is Best for You?
Thick, luscious, beautiful brows are on so trend right now.
Granted, as with everything related to fashion and beauty, eyebrow trends come and go. Over the decades, brows have gone from full and even bushy to pencil thin and back again.
Thicker brows have been in for a while now, and I don’t think they’re going anywhere anytime soon.
If you’ve been thinking about investing in microblading in Atlanta to make your brows look fuller and/or darker, you need to know you have multiple options to consider.
These include: Powder brows, ombré brows, and microshading. Read on to learn about the differences and find out which option is best for your brows.
4 Brow Techniques You Should Know About Before Their Microblading Appointment
Here are four of the most popular brow techniques available.
1. Powder Brows
Microblading utilizes a hand tool which creates tiny incisions in which to place the pigment. This technique can be too invasive for people with sensitive skin.
Thankfully, people with tender skin can still have gorgeous brows with the powder brow technique.
Instead of using the microblading hand tool, a machine is used which places fine dots of pigment on the skin in a sort of airbrushing technique.
The inner corners of the brows tend to look finer, with the arch getting darker and more defined.
Once healing occurs, the brows look very natural. They simply look like they’ve been lightly filled in with brow shadow.
2. Ombré Technique
You’ve probably seen this look a lot on Instagram as of late.