The softer, long-lasting brow gaining popularity
It has taken a while longer for Ombre Brows to gain popularity, as opposed to Microblading, even though Ombre Brows, also known as Powdered Brows, are effective on every skin type, as opposed to Microblading, which is quite selective in choosing its candidates.
What is the Difference between Microblading and Ombre Brows?
For example, thick, oily skin cannot accommodate a Microblade. This very sharp, hand-held tool is dipped into color, then guided through the skin, creating small cuts to create the hair strokes. Attempting hair strokes on this skin type will tend to release fluids, oils and blood and heal blurred and often discolored, creating an unsatisfactory result.
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