Ombré brow is a semi-permanent technique for enhancing the appearance, shape, and fullness of the eyebrows. Ombré brow, also known as "powdered brow" is a soft, misty, powder-filled brow similar to the look of makeup. This means the tails of the brow are darker and fade into a lighter color at the head of the brow, giving them a very subtle ombré appearance.
Unlike microblading, these brows are typically done with a machine and typically last longer with more retention. Over time, pigment fades about 50% leaving your clients with amazing results. It is important to get proper permanent makeup ombré training when performing this procedure.
The consultation process
Managing expectations of the client
Concept of Ombre Brows
Safety and sanitation processes
Introduction of the Scalpa Machine
Performing live procedures
Color science and pigment combination
Drawing the brows
Symmetry and touch ups
Building and matching density
Introduction to pre-care/aftercare products