With the rise in popularity of ombre powder brows, it's no wonder that so many people are considering this cosmetic procedure. Not only does it offer a soft and natural-looking effect, but it's also a great way to enhance your eyebrows without daily maintenance. But to ensure your appointment goes smoothly and you achieve the best results possible, there are a few things you should do to prepare. And by following the tips we have highlighted in this blog, you can set yourself up for success.
What to Do Before Getting Ombre Powder Brows
Do Your Research
Before booking your appointment, conduct thorough research to find a reputable and experienced artist. Check out their portfolio and read reviews from their past clients to get an idea of their work quality and customer satisfaction. Also, ask for recommendations from friends or family who have had this procedure done.
Avoid Certain Medications and Supplements
Certain medications and supplements can increase the risk of bleeding and bruising during the procedure. Therefore, it's essential to avoid them before your appointment. Avoid taking aspirin, ibuprofen, vitamin E, fish oil, and blood thinners for at least two weeks before your appointment. If you are unsure whether a particular medication or supplement is safe, consult with your doctor or the artist beforehand.
Don't Wax or Tweeze Your Eyebrows
Avoid waxing, threading, or tweezing your eyebrows for at least two weeks before your appointment. The artist needs some natural hair to create the ombre powder brow effect. If you have over-plucked or shaped your eyebrows, we can advise how to grow them back naturally.
Avoid Excessive Sun Exposure
Excessive sun exposure can cause skin damage and affect the ombre powder brow procedure results. Therefore, avoid tanning beds, direct sunlight, and sunburns for at least two weeks before your appointment. But you want to go outside! Wear sunscreen with a high SPF to protect your skin.
Come to Your Appointment with a Clean Face
Arrive with a clean face on the day of your appointment. Remove any makeup, oils, or lotions from your eyebrows before the procedure to ensure the pigment adheres correctly. If you wear makeup, the artist must remove it before the procedure begins.
However, by following these tips, you can ensure your skin is in the best condition. And you and your artist are on the same page regarding the desired outcome. So, what’s holding you back? Fix an appointment immediately! We always maintain the highest level of safety and professionalism.