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Powder Brow and Microblading in one: Combo Brow

 

If trying to choose between the natural hair stroke or the filled in makeup look is keeping you up at night, fret no more.  Combination brows are, wait for it... a COMBO of both looks for maximum awesomeness.  Considered the "ultimate brow treatment," combination brows are the best of both worlds, working in perfect harmony to achieve a beautifully natural-yet-defined brow.

With combo brows, the inner "head" of the brow is feathered with hair-like strokes, while the tail is powdered for that perfect definition.  Using the same machine and techniques as the powdered ombré, you still enjoy the pretty-much-painless benefits of this new procedure while getting the perfect mix of hair and powder. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Healing and Aftercare

For combination brows, healing takes 2-3 weeks.  For the first 3 days your brows will be very dark, and then they will start to scab.  Unlike microblading that scabs in patches, powder brows scab in one big (or a few big) pieces. And yes, that sounds gross, but it's a super important part of the healing process!  Don't forget, we take your health seriously - read  this post to find out how.


The best thing to do to take care of those healing brows is to leave them alone and use ONLY Aquaphor. NEVER pick at the scabs, as this will prematurely pull the pigment out of the tattoo, leaving bald spots.  So don't touch them and those scabs will naturally fall off about a week and a half after treatment.

Just like microblading, your brows will fade quite a bit after the first treatment and will need a touch up to transform into their final hue.  

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