Different PMU Brows

Updated: 6 days ago

Firstly, let me start by saying that no one method is better than the others, it all comes down to skin type, colouring and personal style.


Brows are created using a handheld pen like tool fitted with a blade made up of a row of tiny needles. Featherweight strokes are implanted into the epidermis layer of the skin, creating fine, realistic and natural hair strokes. Unlike machine this technique is only suitable for normal or slightly dryer skins and therefore is not suitable for everyone.

Hair stroke Brows

The hair stroke eyebrow tattoo process can provide you with beautiful hair stroke eyebrows by adding colour that copies the look of each individual hair. The finished product is very natural and lightly feathered so that when you look at your new brows close-up, you will see tiny individual very fine hair lines.

Powder Brows

POWDER/SOLID: Powder brows are meant to create a powder look much like topical powder make up. ... Solid brows are similar but usually have more density to create that “pin up” look or “vintage” look. The power look has a broad range which can be tailored to your desired density.

Ombre Brows

Ombre may make us think of the hair trend, but when applied this becomes much subtler on the brow. The process is a blending of colour Starting very soft from the bulb (front) of the brow, becoming darker and more defined as it blends through to the tail. Typically, to appear bolder, the brow is made to look darker at the arch.

Combination Brows

Combination brows is a mixture of Hair-stroke and Ombre effect techniques, perfect for those who want to have a more defined brow. We can fill in sparse areas of brow with fine strokes and then give the eyebrows the desired level of definition.

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