Did you know that your eyebrows are the most important defining feature on your face? It’s not the eyes, nose, or mouth that people recognize instinctively. Science actually shows that it’s the brows that hold the highest face value and social significance, acting as a conduit for emotional expression and facial recognition.
Add to that, a well-defined brow frames the face, emphasizes the eyes, and lends symmetry overall; and, it’s no wonder we have an obsession with arches. Of course, some of us are born with bold, beautiful brows and some are not.
But not to worry, have-nots, whether you want to fill in a few spots or fully reconstruct your brows, Permatech Permanent Makeup is an industry leader in eyebrow enhancements, having trained many of the permanent makeup artists practicing today.
The newest technique in permanent eyebrow makeup is called hair-stroke, microblading, or 3D eyebrow embroidery. This advanced hair simulation technique involves the use of a special microblading pen to push semi-permanent pigments into the surface of the skin, creating ultra-fine, individual hair strokes. The meticulous artists at Permatech vary the length, direction, fullness, and even color of the strokes to mimic the growth of your natural hair.
The result is bolder, natural-looking brows with no bleeding or downtime. Results can last up to three years before beginning to fade. Though, we do include a 40-minute perfecting touch up after your brows are fully healed, typically within 4 weeks.
The powder-fill method is the more traditional technique for applying permanent eyebrow makeup. It involves the application of thousands of tiny dots of pigment inserted into the skin, gradually building up a color and defined shape. Depending on your preference, the effect can be solid and well defined for a bold look or more powdery for softer definition. The effect is similar to that created with an eyebrow powder but without the hassle of applying makeup every day.
Could ombré be the secret to perfect brows? Before you start imagining two-toned eyebrows, let us clarify that this technique offers a very subtle gradient effect as opposed to the multi-tonal hair trend that once reigned supreme on all the red carpets. Although the hair trend hasn’t made it into 2015, ombré is still being used on #eyebrows. In fact, most Hollywood A-listers opt for this method for how well it photographs due to its soft and natural looking results. Permatech offers ombré brows.