Powder Brows & Permanent Make-Up by Krista Wolford
Powder brows is a cosmetic semi permanent makeup technique designed to create eyebrows with soft powder effect, very similar to powder makeup. Powder effect is done with a shading technique using a permanent makeup device, which is similar to a tattoo gun.
The powder brows healing process period:
It’s important to accept the fact that the look of your brows immediately after the treatment is not the final result. You should also be prepared for some discomfort and nuisance.
Your eyebrows will be too dark and look unnatural right after the treatment. This is completely normal. You might think having the treatment was a bad idea when you have to deal with the scabs. Then your brows might appear too light and patchy. Bear in mind that all of this is a part of the healing process.
Don’t forget that the powder brows treatment is a 2-step procedure. The first, mandatorytouch-up is there to fix the gaps, patches, and all the imperfections that may have appeared during the powder brows healing.
At the end of the powder brow healing process, assuming the treatment was done right, you will get what you wanted and fall in love with your new brows.
Frequently asked questions
Powder Brows FAQs
Is Powder Brow painful?
The pain is minimal and very tolerable. We also use topical anesthetics for our clients to have a comfortable experience
Is Powder Brow safe?
Yes it is very safe. We use pre-sterilized and disposable needles and equipment for every customer to ensure that there is no cross-contamination
Is Powder Brow permanent? / Is Powder Brow a tattoo?
Yes. Essentially, any procedure that requires breaking the skin and implanting pigment into it is considered a tattoo. Therefore, powder brow is a tattoo and is also permanent. However, just because it is permanent doesn't mean that it doesn't need to be maintained.
How many hours does the procedure take?
Best to set aside at least 2 hours to include anesthesia setting, eyebrow shaping and the tattoo procedure itself