For many people, especially where facial mask use is common, their eyebrows are the final touch of their everyday and special occasion looks. Beyond being practical in keeping the sun and dust out of your eyes, your brows frame your eyes and provide another opportunity to enhance your features. So if you’re weighing microblading vs powder brow services, here’s what you need to know. 

What Can Microblading or Powder Brows Do for Me?

Imagine waking up every day looking fresh-faced and ready to go. With these semi-permanent brow enhancements, you can streamline your makeup routine and always look great, even on the rainest or most humid day. Both cosmetic treatments require touch-ups to perfect and maintain them, and several weeks of healing are required before they look their best. With proper care, your new brows can last a year or more. 

Powder Brows

Many people prefer the softer appearance of powder brows, where color is added throughout the brow area. Your natural brows appear fully filled in. With stronger pigment, it’s easy to get a dramatic look from the permanent makeup (PMU) machine. Powder brow care is appropriate for most skin types.

Microblading

Individual brow hairs are drawn in by hand using semi-permanent pigment and a special tool. This generally gives brows a well-defined and highly natural look. Depending on your brows and your preferred look, you may even be a candidate for a hybrid look that combines the two, so chat with your stylist for a custom look.

Ready to Explore Powder Brow Services for Mill Creek?

Beauty Elite is your locally owned lash and brow spa featuring state-of-the-art services in our comfortable and serene setting. Our talented team of highly trained artists and technicians is committed to offering 

precision eyelash, brow, and permanent makeup services to give you the perfect style. Contact us today to learn more about powder brow services and to book your appointment.

Get Gorgeous with Powder Brow Services for Mill Creek Residents

Serving Snohomish & King County, including Seattle, Everett and Lynnwood, Marysville, Mukilteo, Lynnwood, Mill Creek, Edmonds, Lake Stevens, Arlington & Snohomish

Posted on April 9, 2022 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business