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Powder Brow (Micro shading)

Soft powder effect, best for clients who would like a fuller brow

  • 3 hr
  • 300 US dollars
  • Longmeadow Road

Service Description

$50 DEPOSIT REQUIRED TO BOOK. Powder brows is a cosmetic semi permanent makeup technique designed to create eyebrows with soft powder effect, very similar to powder makeup. Powder effect is done with a shading technique using a permanent makeup device, which is similar to a tattoo gun. Trained artist use a small needle to place pigment into the skin with a quick hand motion, resulting in a pixelated effect of powder makeup. In order to add density, the artists can layer the pixels repetitively, which will appear as though the brow was filled in with a pencil or brow pomade. The art in shading is to layer the pixels perfectly without appearing denser and darker then your natural eyebrow hair. Our master artists are able to do just that so when you walk out of the MLA Studio, your brows appear the most natural. For clients who draw on their eyebrows everyday, this can be an amazing, beautiful solution. It is also a great alternative for clients that are not good candidates for Microblading or Combo Brows because their skin is too oily as shading is suitable for any skin type! Our customers often have great healed results after one session with shading. We do offer a complementary touch up after 6-8 weeks to ensure your brows are perfect and the color is even throughout the whole eyebrow or if for any reason you want to add more density to them. A follow up will be scheduled 4-6 weeks following the procedure. During this visit, minor touch-ups may be needed to perfect the shape of the new brows. yearly touch ups are suggested, after the initial follow up appointment, to maintain the crispness and freshness of the color. Natural fading occurs from external factors such as exposure to the sun as well as internal factors such as the gradual break down of pigments as your body metabolizes it out of your system. Everyone can experience the fading process differently and it really comes down to skin type and lifestyle. No


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