Ombré Powder Brows Specialist in Middleburg Heights Cleveland, OH
As the name suggests, Powder Brows results in being powdery with a natural-looking outcome, and the most realistic technique. Ombré Powder Brows are now available at Jaudon Sunde Permanent Makeup Clinic. Jaudon Sunde (C.P.C.T. – L.M.T. – P.L.) is a permanent makeup technician at Jaudon Sunde who has been working in the field for 25 years. She is also a board member of Medical Consultant for the Ohio Department of Health to advise on safe practices In the Permanent Cosmetics Industry. For more information, contact us or request an appointment online. We are located at 18820 E. Bagley Rd.#1 Middleburg Heights, OH 44130.
Table of Contents:
What are Ombré Brows?
What are the primary differences between Ombre Powder Brows & Microblading?
Does Ombre Powder Brows Hurt?
On average, How long does Ombre Brows last?
What are some of the main benefits of Ombre Powder Brows?
The term ombré eyebrows refer to a semi-permanent method of shading the eyebrows to fill in sparse areas and create a gradient look. By creating pixelated dots, the ombré brow technique creates a powder-like, shaded brow look that is light in the front and darker at the ends. Over the years, this amazing technique has been gradually improving since it was first developed in Asia. It gives the eyebrows a great deal of definition & depth. Anyone who fills in their brows regularly with pencil or shadow should use it, particularly women with oily skin or combination skin.
As far as permanent makeup goes, we’ve all heard of microblading, a semi-permanent tattoo technique used to create the illusion of fuller, more beautiful eyebrows. Due to its hyper-realistic effect, microblading quickly gained popularity. It is important to note, however, that not everyone is suited to Microblading Services. A woman with large pores and oily skin is not a good candidate for microblading because the color may not show up well and can appear blurry. If you have oily skin, you should consider ombré brows.
How pigment is deposited into the skin is the biggest difference between the two semi-permanent eyebrow styling techniques. Microblading uses a handheld tool to make small cuts into the skin, whereas Ombre brows are done with a machine. There is a bit less risk of infection with the ombré powder technique than with microblading.
Ombre brow treatment is relatively pain-free for most patients but of course pain threshold varies. The area is numb due to the topical anesthetic used during the treatment. A numbing cream is applied to the brows before any needling begins, and the artist will wait for it to take effect, which takes 15-20 minutes. When the effects of numbing cream wear off, more numbing cream may need to be applied at some point.
Aside from numbing the skin, ombré powder brows are very non-invasive and not too unpleasant because the needle only reaches the upper dermis layer. For most clients, the incisions are so shallow that they don’t even draw blood.
Depending on lifestyle, skin type, health, preference, etc., ombré powder brows can last between 2-3 years with high-quality pigments. On the other hand, microblading has a high likelihood of healing blotchy, spotty, or with blurred strokes, resulting in more frequent touch ups, eventually wearing out the skin’s lifespan. Any wound on the skin is repaired by the body by building collagen fibers, resulting in a scar. It is essential to choose the right treatment to preserve the health of your skin in this way, as both treatments will eventually dull out the skin in this way permanently.
If you choose ombré brows, you won’t have to wake up early every morning to perfect your arches, but they won’t appear flawless right away. Typically, it takes seven to fourteen days for your brows to heal. The first seven days after applying your ombré eyebrows, avoid getting them wet-including showering and washing your face. It is also advisable to avoid prolonged sun exposure, intense exercise, and applying makeup. To help the healing process, you’ll need to apply an ointment daily throughout the duration of your ombré brows healing stages.
During the ombré brow procedure, you’ll receive detailed aftercare instructions, which you should follow.
The ombré powder brow looks great on any skin type, unlike microblading, which may not be appropriate for oily skin types. As a result, your eyebrows will appear fuller, more defined, and more dramatic. An ombré brow lasts longer than a microbladed brow, usually up to three years. In comparison to microblading, the ombré powder technique is less invasive. It is also less painful than microblading to use this semi-permanent eyebrow style.
Ombre powder brows are available at Jaudon Sunde Permanent Makeup. For more information, call us or request an appointment online. We are located at 18820 E. Bagley Rd.#1 Middleburg Heights, OH 44130. We serve clients from Cleveland OH, Middleburg Heights OH, Strongsville OH, Parma OH, Lakewood OH, Brooklyn OH, Akron OH, Sandusky OH, Mansfield OH, and Maple Heights OH.