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Striking Powder Brows

Striking Powder Brows is a cosmetic procedure that uses a more substantial needle to deposit pigment into the skin, resulting in a more filled-in brow. This technique is great for people who want a long-lasting filled-in look that saves time in the morning. Striking Powder Brows are also perfect for all skin types, including oily skin, and are great for tattoo cover-up work. This service page will provide information about the benefits of Striking Powder Brows, pre- and post-application care tips, and differences between Striking Powder Brows and other brow procedures such as microblading and Ombre. Refer to our Gallery page for pictures of Striking Powder Brows.

Benefits of Striking Powder Brows

Striking Powder Brows have several benefits, including:

✅Long-lasting filled-in look that saves time in the morning

✅Perfect for all skin types, including oily skin

✅Great for tattoo cover-up work

✅More saturation leads to 3+ year retention

✅These will heal 30-50% lighter. Yet, will be dense enough to cover previous work!

With Striking Powder Brows, you can achieve a beautiful, natural-looking brow that lasts for years. Whether you’re looking to save time in the morning or cover up an old tattoo, Striking Powder Brows are a great choice for anyone looking for a long-lasting, low-maintenance solution.

Differences between Striking Powder Brows vs Microblading vs Ombre

Striking Powder Brows differ from other brow procedures, such as Ombre or Microblading, in a few key ways. Striking Powder Brows use a more substantial needle, which deposits more pigment into the skin, resulting in a more filled-in brow. This is great for those who want a saturated traditional makeup style tattoo. This technique is also gentler on the skin, resulting in less trauma and a shorter healing time.

Ombre brows, on the other hand, is much softer. A lighter pigment is used at the front of the brow, gradually fading to a darker pigment at the tail. This technique is ideal for those who want a more natural, gradient look. Ombre brows also tend to fade faster due to the lower saturation. Microblading uses a small blade to create hair-like strokes in the skin, resulting in a more natural-looking brow. This technique is ideal for those with thin or sparse brows who want a more defined look.

Overall, Striking Powder Brows are an excellent choice for those looking for a more filled-in, defined, long-lasting brow that is suitable for all skin types.

Pre-Application Information

Before your Striking Powder Brows appointment, there are a few things you should keep in mind.

It’s essential to avoid any blood-thinning medications, such as aspirin or ibuprofen, for at least 24 hours before your appointment. These medications can increase the risk of bleeding during the procedure, which may affect the final result.

It’s also important to avoid alcohol and caffeine for at least 24 hours before the appointment. Both alcohol and caffeine can cause blood vessels to dilate, which can also increase the risk of bleeding.

Lastly, it’s recommended to avoid sun exposure, tanning beds, and chemical peels for at least two weeks before the procedure. Sunburned or damaged skin can lead to poor results and may even cause the procedure to be rescheduled.

By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your skin is in optimal condition for the Striking Powder Brows procedure.

Post-Application Care

After your Striking Powder Brows procedure, it’s essential to follow the post-care instructions to ensure the best possible results.

For the first week after the procedure, it’s recommended to avoid getting the brows wet or applying any makeup or skincare products to the area. This includes avoiding swimming, sweating, or exposure to steam or water.

It’s also important to avoid picking or scratching at the brows, as this can lead to scarring or uneven pigment distribution. If the area becomes itchy, apply a small amount of ointment or cream to the area to soothe the skin.

During the healing process, the brows may appear darker than expected. This is normal and is due to the buildup of pigment in the skin. Over the next few weeks, the pigment will gradually fade, resulting in a more natural-looking brow.

It’s also important to avoid sun exposure and tanning beds for at least two weeks after the procedure. Sunburned or damaged skin can lead to poor results and may even cause the pigment to fade faster than expected.

By following these post-care instructions, you can ensure that your Striking Powder Brows heal properly and last for years to come.

How long do Striking Powder Brows last?


Striking Powder Brows use more saturation which leads to 3+ year retention.

What should I avoid before my Striking Powder Brows appointment?


It’s essential to avoid any blood-thinning medications, such as aspirin or ibuprofen, alcohol and caffeine for at least 24 hours before the appointment. It is recommended to avoid sun exposure, tanning beds, and chemical peels for at least two weeks before the procedure.

How should I care for my Striking Powder Brows after my appointment?

For the first week after the procedure, it’s recommended to avoid getting the brows wet or applying any makeup or skincare products to the area. This includes avoiding swimming, sweating, or exposure to steam or water.
It’s also important to avoid picking or scratching at the brows, as this can lead to scarring or uneven pigment distribution. If the area becomes itchy, apply a small amount of ointment or cream to the area to soothe the skin.It’s also important to avoid sun exposure and tanning beds for at least two weeks after the procedure. Sunburned or damaged skin can lead to poor results and may even cause the pigment to fade faster than expected.