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Why Powder Brows Are A Popular Semi-Permanent Makeup Trend

When it comes to permanent and semi-permanent makeup, you’ve probably heard of powder brows. This semi-permanent makeup technique is used to create fuller, more beautiful eyebrows. That’s why unDONE Salon would like to provide you with the following reasons powder brows are a popular semi-permanent makeup trend.

What Are Powder Brows?

Powder brows are a semi-permanent makeup technique that creates a soft shaded pencil brow look. First developed in Asia, powder brows have grown in popularity throughout the U.S as the method has been improved and perfected. Why? It creates wonderful definition and adds depth to your eyebrows without the need to apply makeup every day. It is particularly good for those with oily to combination skin or anyone tired of filling in their eyebrows regularly with makeup.

Powder Brows Vs. Microblading

The biggest difference between powder brows and microblading is how pigment is deposited into the skin. Microblading is done by using a small sharp tool that applies small cuts into the skin that are repeated into the same spots. On the other hand, powder brows are applied using a handheld wand that disperses extremely fine pigment into and across your skin using an airbrush-shading technique.

Do Powder Brows Hurt?

Everyone’s pain threshold is different. However, powder brows are much less invasive than microblading because there’s minimal pain or bleeding during the procedure. In fact, most of our clients at unDONE report that the procedure feels more like an electric toothbrush being pressed against their skin or rapid tweezing.

How Long Powder Brows Last

Powder brows can last anywhere from 2-5 years, depending on a person’s skin type and individual lifestyle. After a professional touch-up 4-6 weeks after your initial treatment, you will only need to have your eyebrows touched up once a year. Microblading, however, often requires more frequent touch-ups, resulting in long-term wear and tear to the skin, which can cause permanent scarring. That’s why it’s important to choose the less invasive method of powder brows to save your skin’s integrity.

The Main Benefits of Powder Brows?

  • Powder brows are suitable for most skin types.
  • You’ll get fuller, more defined-looking eyebrows.
  • Powder brows last longer than other semi-permanent makeup techniques.
  • Powder brows are less invasive and less painful vs. microblading.

Who Shouldn’t Get Powder Brows?

Powder brows should be avoided or considered by a doctor if you have any of the following pre-existing health conditions:

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy or autoimmune disorders
  • Bleeding disorders
  • Viral infections
  • Skin irritations
  • Vitiligo
  • Heart problems
  • Pregnancy
  • High blood pressure

Powder Brows After-Care

You will be sent home with a list of after-care instructions following a powder brow treatment. It’s also important to avoid the following for at least 1-2 weeks after treatment:

  • Excessive sweating (working out)
  • Makeup around the brows
  • Heavy sun exposure
  • Facial treatments
  • Long, hot showers
  • Overwashing your face

Why Choose unDONE for Powder Brows?

Undone Salon is one of the most trusted semi-permanent makeup providers in Boise, Idaho. Our trained and certified powder brow expert, Annie Bradshaw, has helped countless Treasure Valley clients boost their confidence with various semi-permanent eyebrow styling techniques. She will take the time to understand exactly what you are looking to achieve and will deliver the highest quality results.

So if you’re thinking about getting powder brows to enhance your beauty, feel free to get in touch with us by calling Annie at (208) 589-1501. She would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have via text or phone call. Even more, you view some of her most recent work on Facebook or Instagram.

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