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I Was Nervous; Singer Joyce Omondi Opens Up About Her First Experience With Ombré Eyebrows.

They say that beauty is when you can appreciate yourself, and this is a quote that Kenyan Gospel singer Joyce Omondi lives by if her today's post online is anything to go by.

Photo; Joyce Omondi.

The sassy queen has today revealed that she prefers her natural no make-up kind of look compared to wearing make-up, and thus recently did an ombré eyebrow look which reportedly lasts for long without being done every now and then.

Taking to her Instagram account, the sassy queen posted several photos of her eyebrows after the procedure and they depicted her healing journey so far.

Joyce Omondi further disclosed that she was nervous when she did the eyebrows about a month ago, but after the healing process she currently feels good because she doesn't have to do her eyebrows.

In part of her caption she said;-

" It was my very first time doing anything like this so I was quite nervous 😲. But let me tell you Maina, it feels so good to go to bed like this, wake up like this, shower and go! 🙌🏾✨".

The beauty queen further disclosed that she undertook the move because she loved her natural look without lots of make-ups.

She added "....I wanted a subtle look because I'm all about that barely-there, no make-up look."

Here are the photos.

Before healing.

After healing.

Images; courtesy.

The Ombré-powdered brows are part of three common methods of treating eyebrows. The other two methods include Microblading and Microshading.

The ombré eyebrows are made using a small machine to place extremely thin dots of pigment into the skin, creating a soft-shaded brow pencil look. They are customizable and are great for anyone who wants a natural look.

After the procedure the healing process reportedly takes 2-3 weeks and for the first 3 days the eyebrows will be dark but then later start to scab.

Photo; Ombré eyebrows process.

Image; courtesy.

It's a long-lasting semi-permanent procedure because with high quality pigments, the brows can reportedly last between 2-3 years on average.

Microblading however is a tattooing technique which creates 3D hairlike strokes using micro fine needles and adds a semi-permanent pigment to the skin.

It is used on eyebrows to enhance their appearance, or reshape them and thus it's great for those who have darker hair and want more volume.

Photo; Microblading eyebrows.

Image; courtesy.

However it's a semi-permanent procedure and only reportedly lasts between 6-8 months.

Microshading is a semi-permanent eyebrow treatment that uses pin-like dots of pigmentation to achieve a powdered eyebrow look.

Photo; Microshading eyebrows.

Image; courtesy.

However it's not a long-lasting procedure and reportedly lasts only for 3-6 months.

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