Ombre or Powder brow can be used interchangeably. A machine is used to place extremely thin dots of pigment into the skin, creating a soft-shaded brow pencil look. This can be bold and very defined or soft and powdery dependant on your needs.
A Powder brow is the same saturation (shading) throughout the entire brow. When healed, it mimics a light powder makeup effect on the brow. It is usually a bit translucent but defines the brow well.
An Ombre brow is normally a bit lighter in the front of the brow and darker towards the tail of the brow.
Both of these treatments are fully customisable to each person. The technique is much gentler on the skin than microblading and can be used to cover old faded PMU dependent on how much the old pigment has faded.
Ombre Blush Brows is a technique characterised by an over dramatised fade where the brow is significantly lighter at the fronts and gets darker and deeper in colour as you move throughout the brow. A brow that looks soft in the front and gets more defined towards the tail end of your brow. The result is soft and fluffy with a pop of definition which looks great with it without makeup.
Touch ups are required yearly to maintain the colour and keep shape crisp.