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OMBRE BROWS

PERFECT BROWS  

WHAT ARE OMBRE BROWS? 

OMBRE BROWS gives the brows a gradient effect with small pin dots of pigment embedded into the skin. This is great for clients who want the illusion of the "drawn eyebrow effect".  The idea is to create fuller looking brows that are still natural and suit the face. Natural results are achieved with a sharp and precise machine tool. We use the "golden ratio" method to measure the right brow shape for your face and the pigment sits superficially in the skin to mimic the look of real hair. 

To achieve the perfect OMBRE brows the procedure is created across two appointments; The initial treatment and the touch up appointment which is taken 4- 6 weeks after your first appointment. After your first treatment, the pigment will fade up to 50% and the eyebrows will shrink up to 10-15% and you may loose some pigment, therefore the touch up is recommended to make any final corrections. 

OMBRE BROWS  last up to 3 years depending on your lifestyle and skin type. OMBRE BROWS are perfect for clients with oily skin and is a better alternative to microblading.   An annually color boost is recommended. 

  • OMBRE BROWS are smudge proof, waterproof & sweat proof. 

  • Creates symmetry to sparse brows 

  • Perfect for no make up days 

  • Saves time & Money from constant eyebrow tinting

  • Microshading gives you a face lift and an instant youthful look 

When you arrive at your appointment you will be asked to fill in a short medical form along with a consultation with our Head Artist. 

Our Head Artist will talk to you in detail about what to expect during your appointment and how to care for your brows after your appointment. We will then proceed to measure your brows according to the "golden ratio" with a cosmetic pencil. Most of the appointment time is spent measuring your brows to ensure they are perfect for you. Once this is done and you are happy  with the drawn brow shape we will proceed to with the process. 

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