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Get to Know More About Combination Eyebrows



What are the different types of brows?


Combination brows are a hybrid of two semi-permanent brow techniques: microblading and powder brows (shading). To give the brow a natural look, microblading hair-strokes are applied around the brow's border with a manual tool. To give the brow its fullness, a powder effect is applied to the body of the brow with a permanent makeup equipment.



For whom are combination brows designed?


Clients with normal to moderately oily skin will benefit from Combo Brows. Combination brows may be a realistic option if your skin is too oily for microblading alone. The shading can give the brow more substance, while the hair-strokes keep it looking natural, for someone with very sparse brows.



For a new set of combination brows, how many sessions do I need?


It takes two appointments to get a fresh set of Combo brows. To guarantee that all of the strokes are evenly saturated with colour, it takes two visits. The complementing touchup session occurs 6 to 8 weeks after the initial appointment, once the pigments have settled into the skin. The artist makes any necessary corrections and ensures that each hair stroke is evenly colored in this complimentary touchup.



What's the best way to keep my brows in place?


After the initial complimentary touchup, we recommend a yearly touchup to keep the color sharp and fresh. External variables such as sun exposure, as well as internal causes such as the progressive breakdown of pigments as your body metabolizes it out of your system, cause natural fading. The fading process affects everyone differently, and it all boils down to skin type and lifestyle.


Schedule an appointment now!


This exciting new trend in brows creates a super soft, fresh makeup feel to your frons, in a semi-permanent procedure that lasts 16-36 months! Feel free to email me, Sumiko Lui, at info@pmu-lashes-aesthetics.com or book your appointments here.


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