The ombre technique uses a traditional tattoo machine to create natural looking eyebrows – no pencil necessary!

How is Ombre brow achieved?

Ombre brows are done using a traditional tattoo machine with a needle cartridge placed in the end. There is a wide choice of needle configurations which can be used however Emma usually opts for acupuncture needles as they are kinder to the skin and create a soft finish. The pigment is dusted into the skin to create soft dots of colour which give the illusion you have applied brow powder. The difference between Ombre brows and a traditional powder brow is that Ombre brows have no harsh edges or ‘blocky’ fronts, the colour fades to the front of the brow giving a more natural finish.

What is the difference between microblading and ombre brows?

Microblading creates a hairstroke effect in the skin and gives a very natural outcome, whereas Ombre does not have any hairstrokes at all, it is more of a powdered effect but with soft edges. I always advise my clients that if you wear brow makeup on a daily basis then ombre may be more suited to you 

How much does Ombre brow cost?

Ombre brows are £250 for the full treatment which includes a consultation, the first treatment and the perfecting appointment 6 weeks later. 

How long does Ombre brows last?

Semi permanent makeup treatments are designed to last around 2-5 years. Once healed the colour will gradually fade over time and you will lose definition in the shape. Elements such as sun exposure and genetics can have an impact on how long they will last which is why we recommend a colour boost appointment every 12-18 months to keep your brows looking fresh.