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PMU

How wonderful is it when you get up in the morning and your eyebrows are immediately on fleek ? PMU stands for permanent make-up , It is also called micropigmentation ,microshading or S-PMU (semi permanent make-up) . Contrary to what the name suggests, it is not permanent, but semi-permanent. The pigment fades over time. The process of the treatment is similar to tattooing, as both techniques involve applying pigment to the skin. The differences are that tattoos are placed in a deeper layer of skin than PMU and that the pigment used in PMU is specially made to fade slowly. This is important because the skin on our face changes a lot, especially as we get older. As a result, PMU/SPMU, which was initially installed nicely, would gradually 'displace'. PMU is therefore semi-permanent – ​​so that you are flexible and remain in what you choose.

WHO IS IT FOR ?
For clients who draw on their eyebrows everyday, this can be an amazing, beautiful solution. It is also a great alternative for people who already have full brows but just want a little extra definition without the hassle of filling in the brows every day.

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Micro Blading

Microblading is a form of permanent makeup or as it's often referred to: semi-permanent makeup where the pigment particles are placed in the skin of an eyebrow area, giving it the appearance of real hairs. You will also come across names like: Hyper Brows, 3D Hairstrokes, Nano Brows, Nano Blading. A Permanent Makeup Artist uses a microblade—a handheld tool with very fine needles— to draw each outline of hair and deposit the correct color pigment in the skin. The color effect will help provide the look of fuller brows.

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Micro Blading

Microblading is a form of permanent makeup or as it's often referred to: semi-permanent makeup where the pigment particles are placed in the skin of an eyebrow area, giving it the appearance of real hairs. You will also come across names like: Hyper Brows, 3D Hairstrokes, Nano Brows, Nano Blading. A Permanent Makeup Artist uses a microblade—a handheld tool with very fine needles— to draw each outline of hair and deposit the correct color pigment in the skin. The color effect will help provide the look of fuller brows.

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Powder Brows

Big brows are back in vogue. If you’re not lucky enough to have naturally bushy brows and luscious lashes, then tinting is a quick and easy way to make your eyes look larger and lashes longer, without the need for makeup.

Powder Brows is a form of permanent makeup or as it's often referred to: semi-permanent makeup to faking fuller eyebrows that look totally natural and is a type of eyebrow architecture which might just be the hassle-free solution to spending hours penciling in your eyebrows only to get the shape so completely wrong.

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Ombre Brows

Ombre Brows is a form of permanent makeup or as it's often referred to: semi-permanent makeup which the most obvious difference between powder and ombre is about the beginning of the eyebrows. With Ombré brows, the base of the eyebrows is shaded lighter with darker towards the tips, which gives it a nice overflow but also looks very soft and natural.

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Ombre Brows

Ombre Brows is a form of permanent makeup or as it's often referred to: semi-permanent makeup which the most obvious difference between powder and ombre is about the beginning of the eyebrows. With Ombré brows, the base of the eyebrows is shaded lighter with darker towards the tips, which gives it a nice overflow but also looks very soft and natural.

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Infra Lash / Lash Enhancement PMU

With semi permanent eyeliner it is possible to look flawless, day and night! Swim-proof, shower-proof and gym-proof, semi-permanent eyeliner provides a naturally beautiful look day after day without the time and hassle of frequent applications. Semi permanent eye liner not only opens, widens and brightens the eye area, it also gives an illusion of thick and voluminous lashes and more definition to the eye. The pigment is placed between your lashes - top and bottom or just top eyelid - opening up your eyes, without anyone guessing that you have any makeup on! We are creating an illusion of intensity and volume at the root of the lashes.

What Is the Difference Between Microblading and Powder Brows?

Microblading creates individual strokes that resemble the eyebrow hairs, while powder brows create tiny dots to achieve a misty, powder-filled brow. By doing so, the result resembles the look of makeup application that includes a shade underneath the hairs.

What is powder brows’ advantage over microblading is the fact that powder brows last a bit longer than microblading, which is typically around 18 months on average, without touch ups.

The choice between microblading vs powder brows comes down to which style you prefer.

 

Can Microblading Be Combined with Powder Brows?

It’s good to know that the powder brow technique can be combined with microblading.
The effect that this combination creates is powder microblading, or combo brows – very fine hair strokes filled in with a smooth shading for enhanced brows.

 

Does PMU hurt?

“This is a complicated question, to which there is no unambiguous answer.

All people experience pain differently, so the degree to which PMU is experienced as unpleasant is different for everyone.
To reduce the pain, you can apply an anesthetic gel/cream, which locally numbs the skin slightly.

Fortunately, you only experience it during the treatment and it is therefore short-lived!”
In short: don’t let (the fear of) pain with PMU stop you – this is all negotiable and can be significantly reduced during treatment.