Powder Up Your Brows: The Fun and Flirty Way

Microblading + Pow Pow Brows

Crafting Brow Perfection

Eyebrows & Permanent Makeup

  • 1st Appt. w/ Melba

  • 1st Appt. w/ Sandy

  • 1st Appt. w/ Mon

  • 4-8 Week Touch Up

    Perfecting touch up after services

  • Yearly Touch Ups

    Enjoy results that stand the test of time

  • With Melba

  • With Sandy

  • With Mon

  • Additional Eyebrow Services

    Define, darken, and enhance your eyebrows.

  • Brow Wax + Tint

  • Brow Wax + Tint

  • Brow Wax + Lamination

Brow Envy

Other Eyebrow Services

  • Brow Wax + Tint

  • Brow Wax + Lamination

  • Brow Wax + Tint + Lamination


What People Are Saying

Learn More About Powder Brows & Microblading

1.) What are the pros and cons of Powder Brows & Microblading?

Pros of Powder Brows & Microblading:

  • Natural-looking results
  • Long-lasting (up to 2 years)
  • Low-maintenance
  • Saves time on your morning routine
  • Enhances your confidence

Cons of Powder Brows & Microblading:

  • Can be expensive
  • May cause some discomfort (usually no pain)
  • Requires touch-ups every 1-2 years
  • Not suitable for everyone

2.) Duration (How long do powder brows & microblading last?)

Powder brows & Microblading can last for up to 2-3 years, but they will gradually fade over time. The amount of time they last will depend on your individual skin type and lifestyle. People with oily skin tend to experience faster fading, while those with dry skin may find that their powder brows/microblading last longer.

3.) Benefits (Benefits of powder brows and microblading)

Powder brows and microblading offer a number of benefits, including:
  • Natural-looking results that mimic the appearance of real eyebrow hair
  • A soft, powdered look that is perfect for those who want a more subtle enhancement
  • Long-lasting results that can last for up to 2-3 years
  • Low-maintenance upkeep
  • The ability to save time on your morning routine

4.) Healing Stages

The healing stages of powder brows & microblading typically take 1-2 weeks. During this time, you may experience some redness, swelling, and tenderness. It is important to follow your aftercare instructions carefully to ensure that your powder brows heal properly.

5.) Techniques (Powder brow styling techniques)

There are a number of different powder brow styling techniques, including:
  • Single-needle technique: This technique uses a single needle to create hair-like strokes.
  • Ombre technique: This technique creates a soft, gradient effect by using a lighter color at the front of the brow and a darker color at the back.
  • Shading technique: This technique uses a machine to apply pigment to the brow area in a powdered form.

6.) Techniques (Microblading Styling Techniques)

There are a number of different microblading styling techniques, each with its own unique advantages. Here are a few of the most popular techniques:

  • Single-needle technique: This technique involves using a single, fine-tipped needle to create hair-like strokes that mimic your natural eyebrow hairs. This technique is ideal for achieving a very natural-looking result.

  • Combination technique: This technique combines the single-needle technique with a shading technique to create a fuller, more defined eyebrow look. The shading technique uses a broader needle to apply pigment to the skin in a powdered form, which adds depth and dimension to the brows.

  • Microfeathering: This technique is a newer variation of microblading that uses a very fine needle to create even finer, hair-like strokes. This technique is particularly well-suited for those who have thin or sparse eyebrows and want to achieve a very natural, feathery look.

  • 3D or 4D microblading: These techniques refer to the use of multiple layers of pigment and different techniques to create a more realistic, three-dimensional appearance.

The best technique for you will depend on your individual skin type, eyebrow goals, and desired look. Your microblading artist will be able to recommend the most suitable technique for you based on your specific needs.

7.) Preparation (How to prepare for powder brows)

There are a few things you can do to prepare for your powder brows appointment:
  • Avoid plucking, waxing, or tinting your eyebrows for at least 2 weeks before your appointment.
  • Discontinue using any blood thinners, such as aspirin or ibuprofen, for at least 24 hours before your appointment.
  • Avoid consuming caffeine or alcohol for at least 24 hours before your appointment.
  • Come to your appointment with clean, makeup-free skin.

8.) Recovery Time (What to expect after getting powder brows?)

After getting powder brows, you may experience some redness, swelling, and tenderness. These symptoms typically subside within 1-2 weeks. You may also experience some scabbing, which is normal. Do not pick or scratch at the scabs, as this can damage your powder brows.

9.) Effects (What to expect when getting powder brows?)

The effects of powder brows are typically visible immediately after the procedure. You will have fuller, more defined eyebrows that look natural and polished.

10.) Stages (Powder brow styling stages)

The powder brow styling stages typically take 1-2 hours. The first stage involves mapping out the shape of your eyebrows. The second stage involves applying the pigment. The third stage involves cleaning up the area and applying a finishing touch.

11.) Aftercare (How to heal after your appointment)

There are a number of things you can do to help your powder brows heal properly, including:
  • Keeping the area clean and dry
  • Applying a cold compress to the area to reduce swelling
  • Avoiding touching or scratching the area
  • Using a gentle cleanser to wash the area
  • Applying a moisturizer to the area
  • Avoiding sun exposure
A Brush Of Perfection

Follow & Share


View Our Gallery
Get Pampered Today


Contact Us