Perfectly created brows from the Ombre Powder Brow expert.


Powder Brows specialist in Fulham, London

Up your brow game with Powder Brows and get a lot more 'wow for your brow'!

Powder Brows is a versatile treatment, giving a very soft powder effect, or can be built up to a bold powder makeup look.

Ombre Powder Brow creating the effect of light powder makeup.

Powder Brows creates a soft powder makeup finish

Laura Kate trained with the prestigious PhiBrows to learn this increasingly popular innovative technique.


In contrast to Microblading which is fine hair-like strokes, Powder Brows uses a machine to create soft powdery dots which give the effect of light powder makeup. It's particularly effective for adding texture and dimension.

Powder Brows vs Microblading?

Powder Brows can give a soft powdery effect but can also be built up and made more dense with each session, if desired, and is great for clients that feel Microblading is too natural.

Perfect Ombre Powder Brows.

Powder Brows suits all skin types

Powder Brows are amazing for all skin types but is recommended for clients with darker skin tones, or oily skin as a more effective alternative to Microblading.

Cover up faded Microblading or Tattoos with Powder Brows

Powder Brows can also be used to successfully cover up faded Microblading. Tattoos might need some removal session before depending on the density of the pigment.

Take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions below to find out more.

Take a look at some of Laura Kate's excellent client testimonials.

Powder Brows FAQs

What are Powder Brows?

Powder brows (also know as Ombre Brows) gives a soft dot powdery effect to the brow. Unlike Microblading the pigment can be built over sessions and can look extremely natural or can be built to heavy density which will look like denser powder makeup.

Do Powder Brows hurt?

Generally clients feel Powder Brows is less painful than Microblading as its done with a machine and only very lightly scratches the surface of the skin. Numbing gel is also applied during treatment.

What brow options are there and what will suit me?
During the consultation we will discuss how you would like your brows to look and I will draw them on for you to see and make sure you're totally happy before we start. My main aim is to enhance your natural brow shape, and in most cases give the brow more thickness, arch and density, to the give the most natural and best result. As powder brows is a denser pigment than microblading it is advisable to start off on the thinner side and build the thickness if needed, as its a more defined finish.


Powder Brows can give a very soft powder effect, or can be built up to a bold powder makeup effect is desired. This is an extremely versatile treatment, great for all skin types. Powder Brows can also be used to cover up previous fade microblading or tattoo.


How long will Powder Brows last?

Powder Brows can last up to 2-3 years if the skin is normal to dry. If you have oily skin then it is recommended to have a top up appointment yearly. The longevity of the pigment is different from client to client depending on skin type, skin care, sun exposure, oil in the skin, aftercare etc. Its is advisable to send pictures or book in for a consultation to see if you are ready for a top up yet, if there is too much pigment in the skin you run the risk of being sent away.

How long is the procedure?

The initial Powder Brows appointment will last 2,5 hours, the retouch appointment lasts around 1 hour. 

What is the Powder Brows pre care?

  • For 24 hours prior don't take any pain killers

  • For 24 hours prior don't drink alcohol or caffeine 

  • Avoid the sun for 4 days prior to treatment

  • Make sure you don't have fake tan or sun burn on treatment area

  • No Botox for 4 weeks prior and after treatment

  • Avoid retinols or peels for 4 weeks prior

  • Do not dye your brows for 4 weeks prior

  • Do not have facials or LED treatments for 4 weeks prior

What is the Powder Brows after care?

The day of treatment:

  • In the first hour wipe the brows every half an hour gently backwards and forwards with sterile water, pat them dry and apply a pea sized amount of gel after

  • Repeat this process every hour for the next 24 hours (please do your past wipe before bed, and continue the process when you wake up)

For 14 days:

  • Keep the area as cool and as dry as possible

  • No gym, saunas, steam rooms or swimming pools

  • Keep the brows out of direct sunlight

  • Do not pick or scratch the scabs

  • Do not to get the brows wet

  • For 7 days apply a pea sized amount of gel in the evening 

Who cannot have Powder Brows?

You cannot have Powder Brows if:

  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding 

  • Have any infection blood disease e.g: HIV or Hepatitis A, B or C

  • Are haemophiliac

  • Are prone to keloid scaring or hyper pigmentation 

  • Are five weeks pre or post radiotherapy/chemotherapy treatment 

  • Are epileptic and have experienced a seizure in the last two years

  • Are taking Warfarin or any other blood thinning medication

  • Are taking Antabuse or Roaccutane within 6 months of treatment date 

  • Have a cold sore, fever blister or skin disorder on the area to be treated 

  • Have previously tattooed/heavily Microbladed eyebrows

  • Are under the age of 18

What will my Powder Brows look like over time?

Powder Brows will gradually lighten and soften, the pigments I use don’t go red, orange or blueish over time.


I have oily skin, can I get Powder Brows done?

Yes Powder Brows are great for oily skin. Microblading can stay on oily skin but over time the strokes will blur due to the oil content in the skin. With Powder Brows the are no strokes to blur, so this treatment is much better for oily skin than Microblading.

Should I get my brows waxed before Powder Brows?

It's up to you, however I would suggest leaving the brows to grow so I can see where your hair is naturally.

If you have any questions, please get in touch.

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