Maximize Your Look with Cosmetic Tattoo

What Is Ombre/Powered Brows? 

Ombre Brows, also referred to as Powder Brows, are a popular cosmetic tattooing method aimed at achieving soft, shaded eyebrows. In contrast to microblading, Ombre Brows feature a gradual color shift from the beginning to the end of the eyebrows.

 This method results in a subtle gradient effect, mimicking the appearance of well applied eyebrow powder. Throughout the Ombre Brows procedure, a tattoo machine is utilized to implant pigment into the skin, producing a denser and more filled-in look compared to microblading.


What Is Microblading?

Microblading is a specialized method of tattooing involving a small handheld tool with multiple tiny needles to apply semi-permanent pigment to the skin. Unlike conventional eyebrow tattooing, which is a form of permanent makeup, microblading uses a manual blade to handcraft each hair stroke by creating fine incisions in the skin. On the other hand, eyebrow tattoos are applied using a tattoo machine, aiming to shape, enhance, or alter the appearance of eyebrows by depositing pigment into the upper dermal layer, resulting in a quicker fading process than traditional tattooing methods.

Additionally, microblading goes by various names such as eyebrow embroidery, eyebrow feathering, microstroking, 3D eyebrows, nanoblading, or hair-like strokes.