Brows are important. They always have been and always will be whether we’re talking artistically skinny, big & bushy or groomed with razor sharp ends. But how to maintain them and how do you get them to go back to their natural groomed state if you butchered them at a time where Shirley Manson was your brow idol? First lets address the maintenance issues. You can tweeze, thread or wax to get the shape that you want and if you don’t trust yourself to do it at home (probably most of you shouldn’t) then be sure that you are trusting someone deserving of such responsibility. This isn’t the time to take a gamble on the threading lady at your local shopping centre however friendly she looks. For the optimum brow treatment try Vaishaly Patel for threading, your brows will come out perfectly shaped with no shocked arches or skinny curves and you can also get an amazing facial there whilst you’re at it. Threading works well as it targets specific hairs and gently create the shape as opposed to ripping a load out. If you do need to do any touch ups at home then use tweezers and make sure they are super sharp, Tweezerman have always been in my kit but I also love the Shavata Precision Tweezers for real precision. Now onto what happens if the brows aren’t there to pluck. You can of course fill in every day with a pencil or powder, I love the MAC Eye Brows pencil for the fine point or the Chanel Perfect Brows kit which gives you everything to groom and fill in in a little compact. If you’re lucky enough to have the hair but they are pretty pale you can tint them, you can get basic tints at the pharmacy but I’m kind of obsesses with Etude House Tint My Brows just because it looks insane. You also have the tattoo option. I’ve got to be honest this has always scared me and I would never advocate anyone to get permanently tattooed eyebrows, we’ve already had the skinny brow discussion, however Browhaus have a semi permanent system called Brow Resurrection Natural that only lasts 3 months so you can test it out and see how you feel. There we go, brow dramas sorted, back on fleek.
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