There’s no stopping the eyebrow trend. Even men who would previously never have considered getting their brows done are now heading towards brow bars. In this article, we discuss common eyebrow mistakes, best grooming practices, and microblading for men.

While not all men will need eyebrow grooming, there is certainly a percentage who do. In fact, most men will need eyebrow grooming by the time they are thirty years old. It’s at that age that eyebrow hair becomes unruly and begins to make men look older than they really are.

The popularity and accessibility of eyebrow grooming services has given men a chance to embrace eyebrow grooming. If they were ashamed of it before, they aren’t now.

“The modern male groomer no longer sees women-centric treatments such as threading and eyebrow tinting as taboo,” Emily Gordon-Smith, a director at trends company Stylus, told The Guardian.

“There is a lot less stigma attached to all areas of gentlemen’s grooming now, and keeping your eyebrows looking defined and polished is simply one aspect of that routine,” she added.

Men’s most common eyebrow mistakes

Men are likely to make more eyebrow mistakes than women since there isn’t a lot of discussion on eyebrow grooming for them in the first place.

Here’s what you need to avoid:

1. Letting it grow naturally

“Up until your 30s, you don’t need much [grooming],” Sania Vucetaj of Sania’s Brow Bar told Men’s Health magazine.

“After that, your brows start to get a little longer, a little heavier toward your eyelids. Men don’t realize they can cheat just by cleaning them up to lift the eyes,” she added.

2. DIY-ing a unibrow

If you have a “unibrow”, don’t be tempted to shave your eyebrows without advice from a professional. There’s a tendency to keep removing hair from the middle of two eyebrows. This can result in a bad look.

“One of the biggest mistakes men make is to tweeze too much in the center of the brow,” Vucetaj advised. “If you do too much, it makes your features look wider and your face can look off.”

3. Overplucking

“Brows stop growing back as thickly,” Vucetaj said. “If you tweeze them or wax them, by the time you’re in your mid-40s they will hold. Maybe that’s a good thing, but if you get it done wrong, you can be stuck with thin brows.”

Best eyebrow grooming practices

The best thing to do is always to consult a professional. You wouldn’t cut your own hair, would you? (And, even if you did, you wouldn’t expect yourself to do a great job.)

The same applies to eyebrows—don’t wing it.

That being said, you can perform simple touch-ups from the comfort of your own home, or go to a brow bar to have it done for you.

1. Avoid waxing and plucking

When grooming, professionals will likely thread your eyebrows. Threading is the process of using a fine thread to remove several strands of hair at once. This is a good way to shape your eyebrows without making them look too polished.

Waxing, on the other hand, can make your eyebrows look too bare. While this is a good look on women, it may not work for men as much.

We wouldn’t advise you to pluck your own eyebrows, either, as this can lead to permanent hair loss. Plucking can result in the damage of your hair follicles, which are responsible for your hair’s growth.

If you do end up plucking your eyebrows, only do it to remove a few stray hair strands. Don’t overdo it. Otherwise, you might end up with thin or patchy eyebrows.

2. Fill it in with microblading for men

If you have damaged hair follicles or thinning eyebrows, then this is for you.

There’s no way to completely repair damaged hair follicles due to overplucking or age. Your best option would be to get your eyebrows microbladed.

Microblading is the process of inserting pigment into your skin. During eyebrow microblading, the pigments are used to draw fine lines that mimic and blend with your eyebrow hair. It’s very similar to the process of scalp micropigmentation.

microblading for men

Microblading is a safe procedure when done in the hands of professionals, like Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM). We use 100% organic pigments that are all-natural, compatible for all skin types, and long-lasting.

Learn more about microblading with OPM.

Are overplucked eyebrows a trend again? They might soon be, what with 30-year-old musician-businesswoman-actress Rihanna’s thin, drawn-on eyebrows gracing the cover of Vogue. But should they be?

For some people, this seemed like good news.

“I think this will be the end of the thick Instagram eyebrow, which I am fed up of seeing,” says YouTube beauty presenter Nadine Bagott. “I’m tired of seeing blocked out eyebrows and contour make-up. For a whole generation, thinner brows is just going to look really shocking, but for my generation, the current trend is crazy.”

Others don’t agree.

“It looks great on Rihanna on a Vogue cover, but you wouldn’t want to wear it to your morning meeting,” Alessandra Steinherr of Glamour magazine told BBC.

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The skinny eyebrows trend

Skinny, overplucked eyebrows were popular in the 90’s and early 2000’s. Everyone in Hollywood sported the famously thin lines, from Pamela Anderson to Angelina Jolie.

It might be hard to imagine how people liked that look, now that we live in the age of grown-out-but-groomed eyebrows. Of course, it’s because beauty trends come and go, and the overplucked eyebrows were definitely a trend—but, unfortunately, they weren’t harmless trends.

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Hollywood trends often filter down to the public. So, when stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Aniston were brandishing overplucked eyebrows, so did everyone else.

The problem is that, for a large number of people, their overplucked eyebrows don’t grow back.

Overplucked eyebrows not growing back are likely because of damaged hair follicles.

Your hair follicles are responsible for hair growth. When they get damaged beyond repair, chances of having full eyebrows become as thin as Gwen Stefani’s eyebrows in the 90’s.

If that sounds painstakingly familiar, then read on to find out what to do with your overplucked eyebrows.

Are overplucked eyebrows un-fixable?

All hope is not lost.

Some women swear by castor oil‘s hair re-growing capabilities. Castor oil is a vegetable oil obtained by pressing the seeds of the castor oil plant. It is typically used to make soap and shampoo.

Doctors also recommend a diet rich in iron, vitamins C, D, B6 and keratin. “These aid the health of the hair,” Dr. Thomy Kouremada-Zioga, a hair transplant surgeon, told Telegraph. “There are [also] certain supplements you can take, such as iodine (required for the production of the thyroid hormone), which contribute to healthy hair growth.”

However, if hair growth is progressing slowly, it might be time to look into more permanent measures.

Microblading for thin, overplucked eyebrows

Microblading is the process of inserting pigments into skin by making incisions using a pen tool. Eyebrow microblading involves the drawing of fine, hair-like lines that blend with the hairs of your eyebrow.

The result is a natural-looking eyebrow whose pigments last up to two years.

If you’re worried that the pigments will harm your damaged hair follicles, don’t sweat. Organic Permanent Makeup offers organic microblading, which uses only 100% natural pigments.

These pigments are compatible with all skin types and are easily absorbed by your skin. This leaves you with a shorter healing time and longer-lasting eyebrows compared to non-organic microblading.

Book an appointment today!

Overplucked eyebrows

Thinning eyebrows

If your thinning eyebrows are losing hair way too quickly or not growing back, it might be time to look at the reasons why.

No one wants thin eyebrows. This isn’t the early 2000’s. Eyebrows are what frame your face to make you look polished. Women spend hundreds of dollars on getting them shaped, dyed, waxed, threaded, and filled in.

And with its sudden rise in popularity over the last few years, it’s no wonder. Eyebrows are definitely the beauty trend of the decade.

Thinning eyebrows and the probable reasons behind them

1) Overplucking

We’ve mentioned the dangers of overplucking in the past. While it seems like a harmless way to groom your brows, it’s still best to leave shaping to the professionals.

Like all things in beauty, overplucking comes with its set of possible risks.

There are cases where overplucked eyebrows no longer grow back to their original shape—or at all. Tweezing can cause follicle damage, and since follicles are responsible for hair growth, their damage spells permanent hair loss.

“We also see thinning eyebrows, especially in women, as a result of too much tweezing or waxing earlier in life. If the hair follicles suffer trauma and die out as a result, a permanent thinning of the eyebrows can occur,” board-certified dermatologist Judith Hellman, M.D. told Self.

Tweezing can also cause ingrown hair, which may leave red bumps where a beautifully-done eyebrow should be. These are caused by the hair breaking off underneath the skin. Note also that tweezing leaves your pores open, making it prone to infection.

2) Aging

Of course, your thinning eyebrows may be caused by something as simple as aging.

Thinning eyebrows

Regardless of how thick your eyebrows were in your youth, sparse eyebrows have a chance of greeting you as you grow older, in addition to gray hair and crow’s feet.

The aging of hair follicles can lead to your hair looking thinner and more sparse.

Thinning eyebrows could also be caused by hormones. According to Nanette Santoro, M.D., ob/gyn and professor of reproductive endocrinology, a change in hormones have an effect on your hair follicles.

“Abrupt hormone changes can cause sudden hair loss that recovers over about six months’ time. It happens postpartum to many women and can happen at menopause,” she told Self.

3) Nutrition Deficiency

There’s a chance your diet could be causing your thinning eyebrows. If you’re anemic, have eating disorders, or underwent a dramatic weight loss, it’s likely that a deficiency in iron or zinc is the culprit for your hair loss.

We recommend asking your doctor to conduct ferritin blood test to have your iron levels checked. Consult with a doctor as to how to adjust your diet, and look into including more foods or supplements rich in Iron, Zinc, Vitamin D, Protein, Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Biotin, and Vitamin B12.

4) Thyroid deficiency

If it’s not any of the above, it might be a good idea to have your doctor check your thyroid.

27 million Americans suffer from having a thyroid disease, around 80 percent of whom are women.

Thinning eyebrows (and hair loss in general) are a symptom of both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, together with excessive fatigue, difficulty losing weight and constantly feeling cold.

But don’t be afraid—the good news is that prescription meds can bring back your beautiful, thick brows.

The permanent solution to permanent hair loss

If despite adjusting your diet or quitting tweezing, you still find your eyebrows not to your liking, then it’s time consider alternatives.

Getting permanent makeup on your eyebrows is popular even among women who don’t suffer from thinning eyebrows. Microblading is not only safe, it also lasts you several years. That means no more long hours spent fixing your eyebrows, and no more dollars wasted on brow products.

Organic Permanent Makeup is the only company that offers organic microblading. Our pigments do not contain iron oxide, which is present in other popular microblading pigments. This means our services are healthier, less painful, and longer lasting.

Learn more about microblading at OPM.

 

Sometimes, it’s an impromptu party invitation. Or maybe it’s an emergency meeting with your boss. Or, perhaps, you just felt like it because you had nothing else to do.

Whatever the reason is, at one point or another, you will find yourself standing in front of your mirror, tweezers in hand, eyebrow palette cluttering the counter, eyes widening and wondering:

What in the world have I done?

Eyebrow mistakes and how to fix bad eyebrows

War flashbacks coming at you right now? Well, don’t worry—everyone’s been there. Even celebrities, with their team of makeup artists, aren’t safe.

Here are four of the most common eyebrow mistakes we’ve encountered—and how to fix them (and make sure they never happen again):

1) Overplucking

Easily in the top three list of eyebrow mistakes if there ever was one, overplucking is what happens when you get tweezer-happy.

Overplucking your arches until they’ve become a thin line may have been popular in the 90’s, but now, it’s just a case of bad eyebrows.

Bad eyebrows

Gwen Stefani in the early 2000s (left) and recently (right)

Unfortunately, it might take a while for your eyebrows to grow back to their natural shape. This means you’ll also have to wait before you can shape them correctly.

To fix overplucking: First of all, hide the tweezers. Desperately plucking some more will definitely not fix anything. A short-term solution would be to draw on eyebrows every time you leave the house. A more long-term solution would be a permanently drawn-on eyebrow. Check out this guide on microblading to find out what we mean.

2) Too much makeup

Eyebrow mistakes

Lady Gaga with heavily painted-on brows

If there’s too little, then there’s also too much. It’s easy to go overboard with the eyebrow pen if you’re excited, but that doesn’t make your arches any easier on the eyes.

Looking like your eyebrows are painted on isn’t the best way to greet a date. You might be able to edit that a little in your selfies together, but in real life…well…

To fix too much makeup: Next time, use lighter strokes. Building up makeup little by little is easier than having to get rid of everything and starting from scratch. Remember that the goal is for your eyebrows to look natural. Anything other than that is rightfully filed under ‘eyebrow mistakes‘.

3) Estranged eyebrows

Ever heard of “Your eyebrows are sisters, not twins”? That means that, if your brows are not exactly identical, that’s perfectly normal!

Perfectly symmetrical faces are rare, which means perfectly symmetrical eyebrows are rare, as well.

Trying to make your eyebrows look exactly alike may lead to overplucking—and we’ve already established that that doesn’t work in 2018.

That’s why we call them “estranged”: when you force two different people (or eyebrows) to become alike, they’re more likely to end up more different than ever instead.

How to fix estranged eyebrows: Give them time apart. Let them work out their differences. What we mean is: don’t pluck them again! Allow your eyebrows to grow back into their natural shape, then head straight to an eyebrow expert so you can get them shaped by a professional.

4) Match mismatch

Believe it or not, your eyebrows should not always be the same color as your hair.

Of course, if your hair hasn’t been dyed, then you’re good to go.

But if you dyed your hair pink or bleached your hair white blonde, then don’t think for a second that you should do the same with your eyebrows!

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Miley Cyrus with bleached eyebrows on the cover of W magazine

Matching your neon blue hair with neon blue eyebrows is actually a mismatch. Best to keep your brows in neutral shades: brown or black or dark blonde.

How to fix a match mismatch: If you’ve dyed your eyebrows, then wait until it’s safe to re-dye them to a more natural-looking color. It would be much better if you had them done by a professional so they can find you the perfect color match. Or, if you’ve just purchased a neon blue eyebrow pen (Do they even sell those?), then just consider your purchase a lesson learned the hard way. To have an idea of what your eyebrow color should be, take the Fitzpatrick skin test, a tried and tested tool used by dermatologists and beauticians.

The permanent fix to bad eyebrow mistakes

Tired of trying to get it right? If eyebrow makeup is trickier for you than for other people, then microblading is the answer you’re looking for.

With just one procedure, you’ll have eyebrows that will last you years. Imagine all the time you’ll save—not to mention the stress.

Our microblading artists are trained in our very own Academy, and the pigments we use are 100% natural. That means no side effects and no adverse reactions. They’re also compatible with all skin types!

If it sounds too good to be true, best believe that it’s not. We have the customer reviews to prove it!

Schedule an appointment with OPM today.

 

Microblading after care is very important to the longevity and the appearance of your new glamorous eyebrows. When not taken care of properly and carefully, there may be several potential complications. This includes, irritations and mild allergic reactions.  Below are five different ways of microblading post-care.

FIVE WAYS TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR EYEBROWS AFTER MICROBLADING

  1. Do NOT scratch, pick, or rub your eyebrows. Doing so might disturb the treated area from its natural healing process.  Also keep hair away from your eyebrows, toavoid any irritations. If you have bangs, try to clip them away from your face.
  2. Do NOT get your eyebrow area wet for up to 10 days after the procedure. When taking a shower, keep your face away from the shower head. When washing your face, be careful to not get water on the treated area. Avoid working out or engaging in physical activities that would make you sweat. Do not go on a swim, Jacuzzi, or hot sauna, as these may also wet your eyebrow area.
  3. Do NOT apply make-up, lotion, or any ointments on your eyebrow area, for at least a week. Pigments are still starting to settle into the skin caused by the microblading procedure. Applying anything on the treated area may cause irritation brought about by particles penetrating into the skin.
  4. In relation #3, avoid doing heavy household cleaning chores where there may be a lot of dust or any airborne debris. These particles might get into the skin through the shallow cuts brought about by the microblading procedure.
  5. Avoid drinking excessive alcohol. Researches have shown that alcohol has led to slow healing of wounds.

OPM Organic Microblading After Care Result

AFTER CARE AFTER EYEBROW COMPLETELY HEALED

Once the treated area has completely healed, there are also several ways that you can do to maintain your gorgeous eyebrow. Microblading after care – taking steps to take care of your eyebrow – will save you from quick pigment fading. Microblading is semi-permanent so it will fade after some time. Because of this, you will most likely have to undergo another microblading procedure in its entirety after several years after your initial procedure. However, the good news is, you can take several steps to lengthen the longevity of your microbladed eyebrows.

Always apply sunscreen on your eyebrows. Too much sun exposure might cause the pigment of your eyebrow to fade away more quickly. Most microblading technicians recommend getting a retouch of the eyebrows at least once a year, while some recommed six (6) months after the initial procedure. The retouch involves adding pigment to the eyebrow outline, to make the eyebrow look cleaner and more defined.

OPM’s 3D Organic Microblading Makes After Care Easier

OPM takes pride in its 3D organic microblading, such that you will be assured of the quality and safety of the organic microblading procedure. “Prevention is better than cure,” as they say. With this, OPM makes sure that prior to microblading after care, everything is already taken care of. Results are soft and natural, and unlike other microblading procedures, OPM’s organic permanent make up has a healing time that takes only around 3 days. No bleeding, minimal or no swelling, and only slight redness. This makes microblading after care fairly easier with OPM.

 

What color should my eyebrows be?

Ever wondered, “What color should my eyebrows be?” Well, worry no more, because Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM) is here to help you find out.

OPM is an expert in eyebrow microblading—the non-surgical process of drawing fine lines to mimic eyebrow hair. We’ve worked on countless clients who wanted fuller, natural-looking brows. That also means we’re eyebrow matchmakers: we’re authorities at determining the best eyebrow colors for you!

OPM uses the Fitzpatrick scale to determine which shade your eyebrows should be. Of course, nothing beats the advice and recommendation of our microblading professionals, but we understand if you’re curious!

Take out a notepad, answer the test below and then scroll down to find the color we recommend for your skin type.

The Fitzpatrick Skin Test

The Fitzpatrick Skin Test is used to determine your skin type according to the Fitzpatrick scale. The scale was developed in 1975 by Thomas B. Fitzpatrick and is recognized as a dermatological tool for studying human skin pigmentation.

Choose an answer to the question, and add up the numbers corresponding to your answers.

1) What is your natural eye color?

0: Light blue, gray, or light green
1: Blue, gray, or green
2: Dark blue or hazel
3: Dark brown
4: Brownish black

2) What is the natural color of your hair?

0: Sandy or red
1: Blonde
2: Chestnut or dark blonde
3: Dark brown
4: Black

3) What is the color of your skin when not exposed to direct sunlight?

0: Reddish
1: Very pale
2: Pale with a beige tint
3: Light brown
4: Chestnut brown

4) Do you have freckles on non-exposed areas?

0: Many
1: Several
2: Few
3: Incidental
4: None

5) What happens when you stay in the sun for too long?

0: Painful redness, blistering, and/or peeling
1: Blistering followed by peeling
2: Burns sometimes followed by peeling
3: Rarely burn
4: Never had burns

6) To what degree do you turn brown?

0: Hardly or not at all
1: Light color tan
2: Reasonable tan
3: Tans easily
4: Turns dark brown easily

7) Do you turn brown within several hours of sun exposure?

0: Never
1: Seldom
2: Sometimes
3: Often
4: Always

8) How does your face react to the sun?

0: Very sensitive
1: Sensitive
2: Normal
3: Very resistant
4: Never had a problem

9) When was the last time you exposed your body to the sun, a tanning bed or self-tanning cream?

0: More than 3 months ago
1: 2-3 months ago
2: 1-2 months ago
3: Less than a month ago
4: Less than 2 weeks ago

10) How frequently do you expose your eyebrows to direct sunlight?

0: Never
1: Hardly ever
2: Sometimes
3: Often
4: Always

If your total score is…

0 to 7: You have Skin Type I. Your skin never tans and is very prone to burning if exposed to too much sun. You likely have pale skin and freckles.

8 to 16: You have Skin Type II. Your skin tans with difficulty but usually burns.

17 to 25: You have Skin Type III. Your skin tans uniformly but sometimes burns when exposed to sunlight.

26 to 30: You have Skin Type IV. Your skin tans easily and rarely burns.

Over 30: You have Skin Type V to VI. Your skin tans very easily and very rarely burns.

What color should my eyebrows be?

Like our name suggests, OPM eyebrow color pigments are all natural. You’re assured that they have zero side effects and that they are applicable for all skin types.

Now that we know what your skin type is, check out the specific colors our experts recommend for your eyebrows!

Skin Type I — Ivory White

OPM-1 Ivory White is a cool-color-based pigment that neutralizes red tones under the skin. It’s the lightest color available in OPM’s diverse range of pigments.

This shade is recommended for people with pale skin, blue eyes, light blonde or red hair, light lashes and freckles.

 

 

 

Skin Type II — Fair Light

What color should my eyebrows be?

OPM-2 Fair Light is for people with skin type II.

The color is ash-based and is recommended for people with the following features: peach-colored or fair skin, blonde or red hair, medium to dark lashes and blue, green or hazel eyes.

 

 

 

Skin Type III — Golden Beige

What color should my eyebrows be?

OPM-3 Golden Beige is a warm-color-based pigment that neutralizes blue and green skin undertones.

It’s a warm brown hue that is recommended for clients with light to medium brown hair.

 

 

 

Skin Type IV — Brown

What color should my eyebrows be?

OPM-4 Brown is a warm-based pigment that neutralizes blue and green undertones of the skin.

This is based on an ash brown color and can be used on all skin tones. It is specifically recommended for Asian, Latina and olive skin.

 

 

 

 

Skin Type V and VI — Dark Brown

What color should my eyebrows be?

OPM-5 Dark Brown is a warm-color-based pigment that neutralizes blue and green skin undertones.

This color is generally used for Asian, African American, Latina and olive skin types.

 

 

 

 

Now that you know…

…perhaps it’s time to get your eyebrows microbladed with us?

Say goodbye to your everyday eyebrow makeup routine with just one procedure! OPM offers organic microblading for only $500.

OPM 3D organic microblading is:

  • safe;
  • painless;
  • has zero down time; and
  • done by experts in the industry!

Book an appointment with us today.

Motherhood is difficult—but rewarding. Whether it’s looking after one or five children, everyday is both a challenge and an adventure. But some days are more challenging than others. How do moms find the time to feel good about themselves?

We have just the solution: eyebrow microblading.

Eyebrows are the beauty trend of the decade. And it’s no surprise; a perfectly-shaped eyebrow can make you look younger and fresher than ever before. But with more and more eyebrow products and hundreds of YouTube tutorials to comb through, it can get hard to keep up.

Enter eyebrow microblading.

Eyebrow microblading is the process of drawing fine lines using pigments to mimic the hairs in your eyebrows. The result is beautiful, natural-looking eyebrows that require no prep time.

The process is achieved with a manual pen-type tool. Microblading artists shape your eyebrows according to how you want them to look. Yearly touch-ups allow you to change your look according to what’s trending!

Eyebrow microblading is perfect for hands-on moms, moms-on-the-go and all the moms in between. Here’s why:

1) Eyebrow microblading is safe and organic.

Moms’ number one priority is always their kids’ safety—which means they shouldn’t neglect their own health. After all, the kids need and want you to be around!

Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM)’s organic microblading lives up to its name.

Our pigments:

  • have no side effects;
  • are compatible with all skin types;
  • are longer-lasting than non-organic pigments; and
  • have a wide range of hues for all skin colors.

Important note: Moms-to-be are not encouraged to get their eyebrows microbladed. Please wait until after giving birth to schedule for your appointment. Read more: Can I get microblading during pregnancy?

2) Your eyebrows will be microbladed by experts in the industry.

OPM’s founder is a pioneer in the permanent makeup industry. In fact, OPM was founded as a solution to dangerous permanent makeup practices.

We even have our own academy, where we train beauty professionals to be microblading experts. We’re also accredited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and we strictly follow the sanitation standards prescribed by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

We don’t take your safety lightly—we make sure you leave our clinic happy, healthy and more confident than ever before.

3) You won’t have to take a day off from mommy duties.

As eyebrow microblading is a non-surgical procedure, you can go back to being a supermom immediately after getting your eyebrows done. There is no downtime for eyebrow microblading.

There are, of course, aftercare guidelines that you need to follow. These guidelines, however, won’t change your daily routine in the least.

Basically, you just need to make sure the microbladed area avoids contact with:

  • direct sunlight and extreme weather conditions;
  • skin care products (lotions, moisturizers, etc.);
  • water and sweat; and
  • direct skin contact.

4) You’ll look beautiful everyday—effortlessly.

No more precious hours wasted watching makeup tutorials or finding yet another eyebrow palette. All you need to do is schedule an appointment, show up for your eyebrow microblading procedure, and wake up every day ready for more challenges and adventures!

It doesn’t just save you time, either. Think of it as a well-deserved treat after all your hard work.

After all, a happy mom raises happy kids. And what kids don’t want mom to be happy and confident?

Excited yet? Read more about microblading here, or read through this quick list of what you need to do before getting your eyebrows microbladed.

Or, better yet, schedule an appointment today!

eyebrow pigment

Here at Organic Permanent Makeup (OPM), we believe everyone deserves the chance to look good and feel good. Our non-toxic organic-based products promote natural wellness and embrace individual diversity. Using the Fitzpatrick skin type scale, our excellent team of world-class professionals produced five OPM eyebrow pigment colors to fit every shade.

Know the right eyebrow pigment for your permanent makeup!

Eyebrow pigment for every woman

OPM 1 – Ivory White

This pigment is suitable for Type 1 Fitzpatrick skin type often associated with freckles and light, pale white skin typical of Irish and Scottish descent. A perfect match for people with red and blond hair, you cannot go wrong with this regal shade.

OPM 2 – Fair Light

This pigment works best with sandy hair and white fair skin common to people of Northern European descent. Whether you aim to wear your best poker face or show off your latest fashion style, this shade is fit for all occasions.

OPM 3 – Golden Beige

A balance between simplicity and sophistication, this flexible shade is a well-made match for fair and olive brown skin prevalent in people of Asian, Middle Eastern, and Latin descent. With this shade, expressing oneself through permanent makeup has never been more engaging and fun.

OPM 4 – Brown

Crafted for olive and modern brown skin typical of Hispanic and Indian descent, this pigment certainly enhances your best features. Nothing leaves a more lasting impression than a well-raised eyebrow in the best shade—that and the right attitude.

OPM 5 Dark Brown

Don’t let this seemingly common appearance fool you. This pigment, specifically made for people with Type 5 and Type 6 skin type mostly associated with people of African descent, makes an everyday look class and with style.

So what are you waiting for? Try one of our five OPM eyebrow pigment shades now! Permanent organic makeup leads to permanent, less maintenance, longer-lasting results.

In lieu of the much talked about Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Suits actress Meghan Markle, we have decided to write about one of the most honored attendees of the wedding of the year: Meghan Markle’s eyebrows. Yes you have read that right; Meghan Markle’s eyebrows. Well, they are not actual people. But imagine watching your TV seeing all the beautiful people on screen with their newsworthy brows, and then with a little zooming in, as Prince Harry lifts her bride’s veil, you notice the beautiful radiant bride without her eyebrows. What a distracting site right? But kidding aside, here we teach you how to get royal envy worthy eyebrows just like our beloved new Duchess of Sussex. Plus, read on further to get to see how you can get those eyebrows to stay with you forever, as in happily ever after.

Metro UK recently got in touch with Meghan Markle’s brow stylist: Sherille Riley. According to her, Meghan opts for an Audrey Hepburn-esque brows, something that Shrerille created herself. What this is, is to shape the brows as straight as possible with a gradual lift at the tail end. Brows are kept in-line with the natural brow and completely arch less. Then to finish off the brow, a brow filler, highlighter, and setter are used to keep the brows in place for all those Royal Parties.

Well now that we know what Meghan does to her eyebrows, can we just copy it like that? For some, absolutely! Those blessed with full thick eyebrows naturally can. But unfortunately, only a small part of the population can do that. And for the rest of us, we have OPM’s microblading! Yup, that’s Organic Makeup’s famous 3D Organic Microblading (in case you missed it, microblading is a form of semi permanent cosmetic tattoo that mimics actual eyebrow hair). OPM is the best brand in the country known for its innovative US patent organic ink. Its microblading service uses the first and only magnetic PMU device, the least invasive device in the industry, that makes clients feel the least amount of pain. There is absolutely no bleeding, bruising, or any other trauma. In addition, OPM is best known for creating microbladed eyebrows that looks so real and natural that observers are having a hard time to identify which are the real ones and the microbladed ones. They have truly mastered the art and science of microblading. I mean, just look at the photos below.

OPM’s topnotch estheticians are some of the best in the industry. Their expertise in the field of permanent makeup, or in this case microblading, has led them to start an academy where they can teach young and aspiring estheticians to master the art of putting organic makeup. But why am I telling you this, and what’s the connection with our new Princess Meghan? Actually, this is relevant for me to tell you because it proves how effortless OPM’s staff can cop that Meghan Markle’s eyebrows everyone is totally wanting right now. Feeling like the Hepburn style is not for you?

Easy! OPM’s well trained staff can shape your brows that will compliment and structure your face, giving you that clean and sparkly royalty aura.

So come on and be quick to book OPM! Be one of the first few to flaunt a Meghan Markle-esque brows among your friends.