We all have ombre brows at some point in our lives, but there are ways to correct the ombre eyebrow. This blog post will discuss three ombre brow correction methods that work for different types of ombres.

A semi-permanent fix with waxing or threading.

Waxing and threading can be done by a professional, or you can do it yourself. If you choose to do it yourself, make sure that your skin is clean and dry before starting, then use an eyebrow pencil to draw on where the ombre should be corrected. Then take hot wax or thread (depending on what material you are using), apply it over the drawn line, and pull it up. This ombre brow correction method can be a little painful, but it is a very quick way to fix it without suffering the regrowth process that comes with ombre eyebrow coloring treatments.

Eyebrow dyeing.

Eyebrow dyeing is another great ombre brow correction solution. It is a semi-permanent ombre eyebrow coloring treatment that will last from six weeks to three months, depending on the ombre color you choose and how often your eyebrows are washed or rubbed during those few weeks. This ombre brow dyeing process can take as little as 15 minutes to have ombre eyebrows!


Microblading is another great brow correction solution. This treatment uses a manual or an automated machine that creates small incisions in the skin, which allows pigment into those incisions and leaves the ombre eyebrows looking very realistic. This ombre eyebrow microblading can take anywhere from one to two hours, depending on the thickness of your ombre brows and how many areas need correcting.

To conclude, these three options are excellent ombre correction solutions for people who want an intense ombre look on their eyebrows.