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What exactly is

Powder Brows?

Powder brows are like the magic wand of eyebrows! Imagine waking up with perfectly filled and defined brows every day – no effort required.

Whether you have no brows, sparse brows, or full brows, the Powder brows technique can be customized just for you! This technique places tiny dots of pigment in the skin to create a soft, powdery look. It’s great for achieving that filled-in , just finished doing your makeup look but without the daily hassle!

And unlike microblading, Powder Brows can be done on any skin type (even mature and oily skin).

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About

Becca Treviño

Hi, I’m BECCA … Your Cosmetic Tattoo Artist

In a field flooded with options, I want you to know that my dedication goes beyond the norm. I’ve invested thousands of hours on the art of Cosmetic Tattooing, recognizing the inadequacies in standard certifications. Unlike many, I’ve gone the extra mile in my education, ensuring that every stroke is not just a technique but a testament to my commitment to excellence.

Choosing an artist is an intimate decision, and I want you to feel the confidence in selecting someone who not only brings technical mastery but a genuine understanding of your individuality.

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Client Reviews

Becca is awesome! I got my lips blushed and she did such a great job. She was fun, made it a comfortable environment and gave her expert opinion which I trusted and they turned out great! I highly recommend her and this treatment!
Stephanie McKee
Stephanie McKee
2024-02-09
Becca is amazing, and I love my brows!!! I highly recommend Brow Baeby. She has been doing this work for a long time and it shows. Her place in Forest Grove is super cute and she’s a blast to be around for several hours making it a fun experience. My brows look very natural but finally look nicely kept and full - and even. I did the powdered ombré tattoo. Highly recommend that type of brow treatment and Becca.
Kim H
Kim H
2024-02-04
I received lip blush service and Becca was amazing! She was very professional, informative and did excellent work. I am extremely happy with the results!
T Rod
T Rod
2024-01-26
Becca's attention to detail is awesome! She took the time to help me manage the discomfort and I the final outcome was exactly what I wanted.
Deborah Mohr
Deborah Mohr
2024-01-03
Fabulous experience!!! Looooove my new brows and only wish I had found Becca sooner!!!
Delilah Marvelle
Delilah Marvelle
2023-11-09
Becca has exceeded my expectations! My brows turned out so much better than I anticipated. She took her time, showed me what to expect and was extremely detailed. Can’t wait to go back and get the eyeliner and eyeshadow done!
Daniel osborne
Daniel osborne
2023-10-31
Amazing experience. Becca was really great at informing me of what she was doing and helping calm my nerves. She did a beautiful job making my liner look natural. I would recommend her to anyone.
Kendra Miller
Kendra Miller
2023-10-28
Beyond thrilled with my brows. Becca does amazing work and so satisfied with the results! Would recommend Becca to anyone considering.
brittney Medrano
brittney Medrano
2023-10-19
Becca is the best! Answered all my questions. I am very picky with every little detail and she was so patient with me. I am very happy with the results of my eyebrows!
Rosie Silva
Rosie Silva
2023-10-18
Professional, knowledgeable and extremely friendly. Terrific results! Highly recommend! Really knows what she's doing. Thank you, Becca
Kristine O'Neill
Kristine O'Neill
2023-10-16

F.A.Q

What you need to know before you schedule

Allergies?

If you are allergic to LIDOCAINE, Epinephrine (other numbing agents) or tattoo ink, we cannot perform any Cosmetic Tattoo services on you.  Lido & Epi are some of the types on numbing agents we use.

You are ineligible to receive PMU services if:

  • You are currently pregnant or breast feeding
  • Must be 18+ years of age (per Oregon State Law)
  • Must have valid ID at time of appointment
  • History of Keloids or Hypertrophic scarring
  • Diabetic (require doctor’s note)
  • You have Cancer and/or undergoing Chemotherapy/Radiation (require doctor’s note)
  • Viral infections and/or diseases
  • Epilepsy, Pacemaker or major heart problems
  • Organ transplant
  • Skin irritations ear the treated area, such as; Psoriasis, Rosacea, Eczema, Dermatitis, acne in your brows, sun damaged/sunburn etc.
  • Sick (cold, flu, etc.)
  • Accutane or Retin-A in the past 12 months
  • Botox/Fillers; 3 weeks before and after appointment
  • Heart conditions and/or uncontrolled High Blood Pressure
  • Poor general health
  • Any medical condition, treatment, medication, or illness that compromises the immune system (as it would compromise the healing process).
  • Allergic to numbing creams or ink/pigments (contains metals)

The following medical conditions require consideration before getting semi-permanent makeup procedures. Check w/your Physician.

Clients with any of these conditions should contact their doctor to determine if they can have this procedure. (we cannot make this determination for you.  you must consult your medical professional).

  • Anticoagulants (blood thinners)
  • Anemia, Thyroid, hormonal problems
  • Glaucoma, any eyes diseases
  • Heart conditions (Mitral Valve Prolapse, Artificial Heart Valves, Artificial Joints)
  • Herpes Simplex (blisters/cold sores) you may experience an outbreak after lip procedures (consult with doctor antiviral prescription before and after treatment)
  • Vitiligo
  • Steroids can make skin fragile. Physician-strength meds/treatments that affect the dermal layer of the skin can affect Permanent Makeup. OTC meds/treatments that only affect the epidermis and are not much concern
  • Long-term use of painkillers (aspirin, ibuprofen), some herbs (increase bleeding and bruising)
  • Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure
  • Any treatment, medication, or illness of the immune system
  • Any physical, mental, or medical impairment or disability
  • If you suffer any medical condition always consult with a doctor.

What is Semi-permanent Makeup?

Semi-permanent make-up, also known as micropigmentation, is a form of temporary cosmetic tattooing that utilizes pharmaceutical grade pigments that are applied with a tattoo machine beneath the surface of the skin.  Used to enhance, correct and contour eyes, brows and lips.  This pigment will stay in the skin for a number of years, gradually breaking down and fading over time.

Am I a good candidate for Semi-Permanent Makeup?  As long as the procedure area is healthy, non-sensitive and non-irritated, you can receive tattoo services. If you have had previous surgical work or tattoo services in the area before, please send us a photo of your face in GOOD lighting (outdoor is usually best), so we we can see your brows, lips etc prior to scheduling. Send an email to: BrowBaeby@gmail.com.

Will cosmetic tattooing completely replace my regular makeup?

If you are accustomed to BOLDER looks (applied with makeup), you will still need to do so even with the application of PMU services.   Cosmetic tattooing is an enhancement, not a complete replacement for topical makeup.  Healed pigment IN the skin cannot fully replicate the vibrancy of color that topical makeup produces ON the skin.

Also … The more ink particles that are packed into the skin, the less control you have over the color as your procedure ages over time.  

What is the difference between Powdered Brows & Microblading?

Powder Brows is the only semi-permanent makeup service suitable for ALL SKIN TYPES, (even oily skin).  The “ideal candidate” for Micro-Blading is only about 30% of those wanting a brow tattoo service. It is not recommended for mature skin types, oily skin, those with large pores, very pale or highly melanated skin.   Over time, those “hair-like” strokes will fade or bleed together and end up looking like a splotchy semi-powder brow anyway and often very dark gray/blue.  If you’re in LOVE with “hair strokes” you should look into “nano-brows” .. its hair strokes done with a machine and NOT a blade, so they last longer and don’t cause scarring.

In my personal opinion, I believe that Microblading is too harsh (it was a “fad” technique that got too popular too fast and is now slowly dying out due to the amount of botched brows walking around).  The results I see . . . Just 6 months to a year down the road are dark, gray/blue/black brows that are blotchy and harsh and no longer look like “hair strokes” and cant even be corrected at this point.  They need REMOVAL to get rid of the ink, cuz its too deep in the skin.  Once the ink has turned that dark gray/blue/black color there is NO WAY to bring it back to a brown or blonde or whatever color it was before.  It HAS TO BE REMOVED.  PERIOD.

100% of the requests I receive for “corrections” or to “fix” brows, is Microblading.  Im just really not a fan due to the amount of BAD brows I’ve seen over and over.  If you like the “hair stroke” technique, find a nano-brow artist (I dont perform this technique).  You will be MUCH happier with the long term results.

If you happen to have little to no hair, Powder Brows are great for you as it provides a more shaded effect and will give you a more realistic looking eyebrow. Powder Brows are also great for people with hair as well, especially if you’re looking to add more dimension and shape.     The Powdered Brow technique lasts 1-3 years based on your lifestyle, skin type, UV exposure and after care.

What if I already had previous Permanent Makeup done somewhere else?

  1. Send me a photo. In order to determine whether a touchup, coverup or correction can be done, I need to see how much saturation is still in the procedure area. email photo: browbaeby@gmail.com (no makeup and in GOOD lighting).
  2. Please include how long ago you had the procedure done, including any touchups.
  3. The type of procedure done? (Microblading, Powder etc)
  4. What is it that you are requesting? Cover up? Color Correction?
  5. Is there anything you want to change about your current PMU? (size, shape, color)