Undertones

In addition to skin tones, understanding the different undertones will allow you to know which pigments to choose for your clients and which pigments to avoid to prevent residual color. Undertones, unlike skin tones, never change and they are based on your skin’s...

Skin Tones

Understanding skin tones and undertones is important for finding the right color for your client and preventing residual color. Skin tone and undertone are two different things. Skin tone is your skin color. It’s determined by the amount of skin pigment (melanin) in...

Skin Types & How to Work with Them

As a brow artist, you will come across all types of skin. It is important to be familiar with the different types of skin in order to be prepared on how to properly handle each case. Your client’s skin type and skin health have a major impact on how it will react...

Wound Healing

Understanding the skin and how it heals when an injury occurs is important for comprehending how Ombre Powder heals. When pigment is deposited into the skin, the needle creates small punctures in the skin. These punctures are superficial because, although they go...

Skin Anatomy

The skin is the largest organ of the body and it has three major layers. Understanding the skin anatomy and composition allows artists to understand the cause of different healed results, why eyebrows fade, and why they change colors when they fade (more in another...