THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SEMI PERMANENT MAKEUP BROWS
The way to differentiate between each type of SPMU Brows comes down to the method in which pigment is implanted into the skin, also the overall effect achieved.
The Microblading technique uses a pen-like tool to etch crisp, fine lines into your natural brows, so that they look just like individual hairs. These fine hair strokes follow the direction and length of your hairs for a flawless natural result. When done properly, it’s virtually impossible to tell the real ones from the ones that have been “drawn on”. Microblading would be best for clients who:
This process combines the manual method of Microblading for hair strokes and a machine for the shading. That way you keep the natural style of hair stokes but with the added definition of a powdery makeup look which can be layered up to be as soft or bold as you desire. I would recommend this method over Microblading if you are wanting a heavier makeup effect. Combination is best for clients who:
All Ombre means is that the tails of the brow are darker and more defined, fading as they reach the centre. This look is achieved by using a machine to place extremely small dots of pigment into the skin and building that up to create a pixelated, powdered look. Ombre Brows would be best for clients who:
Powder Brows are where the brow is one colour from tip to end. This look, as with Ombre Brows, is achieved by using a machine to place extremely small dots of pigment into the skin and building that up to create a pixelated, powdered look. They can be as soft or bold as you like and there is a current trend for 'Borderless Brows' which are Powder Brows without a sharp outline, therefore making them look soft and delicate. Powder Brows would be best for clients who:
Which ever type you choose, Semi Permanent Makeup is perfect for those who want to reconstruct, define, cover gaps, or fill-in over plucked brows. Get in touch for flawless, natural looking brows.d.