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How to Position Your Hands on the Client During Ombre Brows Procedure

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When you’re doing permanent makeup, especially Ombre Brows, knowing where to put your hands is super important. In my latest video, I show you exactly how to hold your hand and fingers to keep everything steady and clean. No more worrying about accidentally wiping away your pre-drawn lines!

Small Stretches, Big Results

The key is to stretch the skin just a little bit – not too much. This helps you create a sharp outline and even fill without messing up your pre-drawn shape. And guess what? You can use a simple cotton pad to keep a good grip without slipping.

Stretching the brow front for powder brows procedure

Slow and Steady

You’ll also learn from the video that keeping your movements steady and not too fast can help protect your client’s skin, and give you the best shading results.

Stretching the brow front for powder brows procedure

Consistent Practice is Key 🔑

I always remind my viewers that practicing regularly makes a huge difference. Whether it’s on latex or a mannequin head, keeping up with daily practice sessions will improve your skill and make sure you’re ready to give your clients the best experience.

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Create the Perfect Powder Sand Brows for your Clients

Level up your brow technique to achieve that highly sought after 3D powder brow effect that every client wants.

I made this tutorial to help you improve your technique and give you confidence in your work. Remember, consistent practice and paying attention to the little details, like hand positioning, can really elevate your Ombre Brow game.

Keep up the good work, and make sure to watch my video for a step-by-step guide!

Love, Slesh

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