Powder brows, also known as Powdered or Ombre brows, are a type of semi-permanent makeup procedure. This technique involves depositing pigment into the skin using a machine with a fine needle to create a soft, powdered makeup look. The result resembles the effect of filled-in eyebrows with makeup powder or a pencil.
The process differs from microblading, which uses a manual blade to create hair-like strokes. With powder brows, the artist typically creates a gradient effect that starts lighter at the front of the brow and gradually becomes darker towards the tail, mimicking the look of softly powdered eyebrows.