What is Microshading?

Also known as Powder Brows, Microshading is a form of cosmetic tattooing that uses a handheld tool to implement pigment in the form of tiny, pin-like dots over the brow area to fill in the brow shape. This pixel affect will leave a deposit of color underneath your hair or will assist in creating a brow that gives the appearance of depth and fullness.

Are there different forms of Microshading?

Powder brows will cover the entire brow from head to tail and fill it in completely. This creates a fuller brow appearance. Ombre brows have the same effect yet will have a fade away appearance as you get closer to the head of the brow (hair at inner part of face near nose), typically with more of a square shaped head.

How long do Powder/Ombre brows last?

This type of brow procedure can last up to three years if taken care of properly. Typically you will want to come in every 18 months, give or take, for a touch up.