Let see some examples of each below.
Shading, microshading, Ombre, or Powder Brows uses either a hand tool or a digital machine to create a soft powdered effect that resembles eyebrow powder.
Instead of the hair strokes typical with microblading, microshading employs a stippling method, which uses repetitive dots of pigment to shade the eyebrow area. Microblading tries to give you brow hairs which is helpful if you are missing eyebrow hairs due to overplucking, hair loss, illness, or genetics. Microshading tries to achieve the same look as eyebrow powder.
Although they are often used interchangeably, technically, Ombre uses gradients that vary across the brow; whereas, Powder Brows uses one shade all the way across the eyebrow for a consistent look.
For most people, microshading lasts about 1-3 years and then they get a touchup.
The student model price is the same as the service, since the price is already highly discounted. For other services, it depends on a lot of variables. We would need to see your brows first.
Contact us before booking. We will probably have you send us a pic or come in for a consultation. Note: We only do natural looks.
Don't worry. We will take a look at your brows when you arrive, and advise you on the best method to bring out your beauty.
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How does brow shading work?
Brow shading, which included combo, Ombre, and Powder, is a process of creating a shaded look by dotting the eyebrow with pigment.
When enough dots are applied, you get a shaded look that is similar to using eyebrow powder.
The results are great natural looking brows that last 1-3 years.
You can change the saturation level to get a lighter or darker shades. Here is an example of Powder Brows with medium saturation.
Ombre brows gives your eyebrows a fuller look with a gradient.
Ombre brows with gradients at the head and tail of the eyebrow.