What Is Shading/Powder Brows?

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Shading/eyebrow powder is a semi-permanent tattoo technique that uses a tattoo machine with flexible needles. Powder brows help customers achieve a powdery (make-up) or ombre look instead of natural individual hairstyles.

Why Is Shading/Powder Brows Better For Oily Skin?

This type produces more sebum, an oily substance that helps the skin stay soft and hydrated. The oil flows from the inside of the epidermis through the pores and hair follicles to the surface of the skin.

Pores are bigger, more noticeable and skin is thicker. Working with this skin type is not easy as it tends to bleed more and be more sensitive.

Since there is a lot of oil on the surface, when using the microblading technique, the result is hardened causing blurred and indistinct lines after 1-4 years. With that in mind, shading/powder or combination brows are the best options for this skin type.

Who Can Have Eyebrows To Shade/Powder?

With all semi-permanent make-up procedures, the doctor is obliged to ensure that there are no contraindications to treatment. It is advisable to consult a doctor before treatment in case of any disease.

How Long Does The Eyebrow Dye/Powder Last?

Shading / powdery eyebrow results can last 2-4 years. Since the eyebrow pigment shading is not embedded deep into the skin like a traditional tattoo, the area will naturally fade over time.

What To Avoid After Shadow/Powder Brow Treatment:

During the first 10 days after gum treatment with shade/powder: all creams and make-up in the eyebrow area. Avoid exercises that involve a lot of sweating, facial massages, saunas, and steam.

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