Powder Filled Brows. The powder fill technique of cosmetic tattooing typically lasts longer than the 3D hair stroke style. This is because the needle used in powder fill brows goes deeper into the skin than it does with 3D hair strokes.
If you are looking for a more filled-in look, have patches in your natural eyebrows, or simply do not want to deal with the upkeep of your eyebrows, there are a few options you can consider for getting your perfect eyebrow look.
The skinny on micropigmentation, microblading, 3D hair strokes, and powder filled brows.
Microblading is a permanent cosmetic tattoo that emulate eyebrows through the use of a variety of blade options. With this technique, a handheld machine or manual tool is used by the cosmetic artist to create the look of “natural hair strokes.”
3D Hair Strokes
3D hair strokes involves a cosmetic tattooing procedure. We use multiple colors of pigments and will sometimes use 2 different needle/blade sizes and create a multi-layered look.
3D brows can be done to resemble natural brow lines and thicknesses or can be customized to fit what you want your eyebrows to look like. The results are extremely realistic, and many people are choosing the 3D brows cosmetic procedure over other options.
Powder Filled Brows
The powder fill technique of cosmetic tattooing typically lasts longer than most other styles. This powder fill technique is also the closest technique to the “old style” tattoo eyebrows. This technique offers a more defined shape and as long as done properly will not be blocky, boxy or appear “heavy” like the old style tattoo. We go deeper into the brow with the needle. I have a lot of clients ask for a powder and 3D mix.