Eyebrows Microblading and Powder Soft Shading


Eyebrows Microblading and Powder Soft Shading

The difference from permanent makeup is that microblading is not done by machine.

The Pigment is manually placed into the skin by a microblading manual pen equipped with a sterile package blades. The pen over the skin with a gentle pressure and causes fine cuts, finer than a paper cut, leaving a trace that can hardly be distiguisthed from real hair creating an individual look you for face.

Correction is done a month after the treatment. This is necessary as between 10 and 15% of the drawn strokes disappear after the first treatment.

Colour is extremely dark during the first 5 to 7 days, a week later it loses 40 to 50% of its intensity. If you think the colour is too dark, do not try to remove it yourself by any means. Wait 7 days for the colour to fade on its own after the skin has finished healing.


Powder Soft Brows differs from traditional tattoing in that it is surface work—meaning, the application is done on the epidermis layer of the skin. The technique is described by its name, with results being powdery with a faded front and a crisp tail, resembling the look of makeup.  In only the last 3-4 years, powder brows have started to gain US traction, often converting people with prior microblading work and for good reasons:
So, why has powder brows become the next big thing?


  1. LESS INVASIVE: powder brows are achieved using a small machine, which disperses extremely fine dots of pigments even into and across the skin in an airbrush or shading technique. Microblading uses a hand-tool that creates incisions or small cuts into the skin. Over time, repeated incisions into the same spots will cause trauma to the skin more quickly.

  2. LESS PAIN & BLEEDING: powder brows are less painful due to the airbrush-like technique we apply, which creates less trauma to the skin vs. the blading technique of microblading. The latter also creates cuts into the skin, thus more bleeding is involved. With powder brows, minimal to zero blood surfaces during the procedure. 
  3. LASTS LONGER: Results do vary based on lifestyle, skin type, health, preferences, etc., but a single powder brows session, using high-quality pigments, can last on average 2-3 years. Microblading on the other hand requires more frequent touch-ups, generating more long term wear and tear on the skin, eventually maxing out the skin’s lifetime capacity quickly. Like any injury to the skin, the body repairs the wounded area by building collagen fibers, creating a scar. Both treatments will eventually dull out the skin in this way permanently, so choosing the right method to save your skin integrity is critical.
  4. GREAT FOR ALL SKIN TYPES: powder brows are great for any skin type, unlike microblading, which is not suitable for those with oily skin. Microblading on oily skin requires several touch-ups, which causes more trauma to the skin. 
  5. STILL LOOKS NATURAL: While powder brows have a more “filled-in” look, the healed results appear like softly shaded brow pencil or powder. Immediately after the treatment, powder brows can appear more saturated and bold, however, brows will fade 20-30%, leaving a very soft finish and shape that will allow our clients to quickly groom their brows going forward.




The procedure is done in a sterile environment with focus on safety.



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