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Ombré Powder Brows - Five Reasons Why to Make It Your Next Best Choice?

If you are planning to get a semi-permanent eyeliner tattoo, you probably might have heard of processes like microblading. With the rapid growth of social media within the last decade, the popularity of it within the United States surged high, and it was quickly able to replace the other predecessor or the traditional techniques to get eyeliner tattoo which left women with green or blue, or purple eyebrows at the end. Well, the process of microblading did see a lot of appeal because of the hyper-realistic effect that got created through hairline strokes on skin.

Just fast forward a few years to the time when Microblading gained demand in the West, there were more advanced techniques like Ombré Powder Brows coming up. This technique, which is also known as powder or microshading or Ombré shading or mist, it was being developed in Asia. The process of Ombré Powder Brows differs a lot from the traditional eyeliner tattoo as it is the surface work. It means that application gets done on the skin’s epidermis layer. This technique gets described by name, and the results are powdery with a crisp tail and faded front. It resembles a makeup look.

It has just been three to four years, and Ombre Powder Brows have already gained so much traction in the United States. People have started to choose it more than any other means, and it is with good reasons.

Why Ombré Powder Brows seem to be the next big thing?

• Less Bleeding and Lesser Pain

Ombré Powder Brows, they are less painful. It is due to the airbrush-like technique which gets applied and creates lesser trauma to the skin in comparison to blading techniques or microblading. It avoids any kind of cuts within the skin and thus avoids bleeding on the surface. With the help of Ombre Powder Brows, as per a few clients, some of them get a similar sensation like the electric toothbrush that gets pressed against their skin or a feeling like a rapid tweezing. It might cause some discomfort as the needle gets utilized.

• Less Evasive

Ombre Powder Brows they get achieved with the use of a smaller machine. The machine disperses the extremely fine dots of the pigments evenly across and into the skin in an airbrush or the shading technique. Other methods like Microblading has a use of hand tool that helps to create the incision/small cuts in the skin. With repeated incisions over time in the same spots, it might cause skin trauma more quicker. This is why names like Beat & Blade have started considering the ombre powder method more and more. Either way, the choice is yours, and we wish you to pick nothing but the best.

• Will Last Long

Results vary based on skin type, preferences, lifestyle, health, and the like. However, simpler sessions of Ombré Powder Brows that use high-quality pigment, it will last for an average of two to three years. Other methods like Microblading can cause healing blotchy or spotty, or blurred strokes. It, therefore, requires touch-ups frequently, hence leading to ear and tear on the skin and maxing out the lifetime capacity of the skin quite quickly.

Just like the skin injury, the body is also able to repair the wounded area with the collagen fibers build-up, and it creates a scar. With treatments, one can dull the skin permanently. So, you have to make the right choice to ensure that you save the skin integrity of yours, which is quite critical.

• Greater results for all the skin types

Ombré Powder Brows, they are amazing irrespective of skin type. It is even suitable for oily skin and lesser touch-ups. It means there would be lesser skin trauma.

• Looks Natural

Now the Ombre Powder Brows, they might have a filled-in look, but the results appear as a softly shaded brow powder or pencil. Right after treatment, Ombré Powder Brows appear bold and more saturated, making it the most preferred and recommended method by the professionals at Beat & Blade. The brows then would fade to 20-30%. It will leave a soft finish and shape. It will allow the clients to have quick grooming of the brows moving forward.

So, now, the question is, are you satisfied with the above benefits, or do we need to offer more benefits for you to look into before getting your next eyeliner tattoo?

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