What is Powder Brow?
Powder Brow is a cosmetic tattoo done with a tattoo machine specifically designed with a stroke depth for PMU. Pigment is tattooed into the skin to create shaded eyebrow looks which mimic makeup styles. The pigment used is the exact same as the pigment used for microblading, the difference is the technique in which the pigment is implanted. This allows the pigments to not only be used full-strength for a bold eyebrow but also diluted sheer for a soft eyebrow. By using the dilution technique, differing pigment strengths can also be combined for an ombré look.
What is Soft Powder Brow?
Soft Powder Brow mimics the look of eyebrows filled in with eyeshadow/brow powder. It is very sheer & looks very natural. Great for all skin types.
What is Medium Powder Brow?
Medium Powder Brow mimics the look of eyebrows filled in with a soft brow pencil. It is not too soft or striking, but somewhere in the middle. Great for all skin types.
What is Striking Powder Brow?
Striking Powder Brow mimics the look of eyebrows filled in with a brow pencil or pomade. It is a bold, solid brow. Great for all skin types.
What is Ombré Powder Brow?
Ombré Powder Brow mimics the look eyebrows filled in with brow makeup, as soft or as bold as desired. Instead of being evenly saturated throughout, it has a blended transition from light to dark. Brows with a softer bulb and more defined tail give the eyes & face an open, lifted appearance. Great for all skin types.
How much does it cost?
Initial Session $300+
Touch-up Session (6-12 weeks) $150
Maintenance Session $200
• All corrections (shape &/or color) from other PMU artists are subject to an additional fee TBD in-person. Please disclose if you have had previous work done when booking. Initial sessions allow plenty of time for consultation on the day of your procedure. If you have questions or concerns and feel the need to address the correction process beforehand, please book a consultation separately prior to booking an initial session.
• Touch-up sessions are strongly recommended/required and are viewed as the finishing touch to the initial procedure. The optimal time to do this is after a healing period of 6 weeks. Touch-up appointments will be scheduled in person at the initial session. Touch-ups must be done between 6-12 weeks. Follow-up appointments exceeding 12 weeks will be considered a maintenance session.
Maintenance sessions are for returning clients. Cosmetic tattoos are considered permanent because pigment is implanted below the skin surface. However permanent, they do require maintenance to keep the general shape and color looking best. Depending on what type of cosmetic tattoo, pigment type and color, skin type, and lifestyle, maintenance sessions can be expected every 1-5 years.
• All prices are listed as cash discounts. Checks are not accepted. There is an additional 10% service fee on all credit/debit cards.