Powder effect eyebrow enhancement
Powder brows imitate applied make up, adding a solid shape, balance and definition. You should expect to return once to complete the treatment and 12 month colour refresh recommended.
Microblading individual hair effect eyebrows
Individual hair effect eyebrow enhancement is suitable to pad out existing eyebrow hair and it is a highly effective at imitating real hair.
Many clients who have experienced medical hair loss choose this treatment as it is not obvious that you have had permanent cosmetics.
The intention is recreate a natural ultra realistic set of eyebrows.
You should expect to return once to complete the initial treatment and 12 monthly colour refresh.
Combination powder brow with individual hair effect textured effect
This treatment combines both main styles of eyebrow enhancement.
You should expect to return up to three times to address the stages of treatment and it will last longer than both treatments listed above due to the the build up of pigment in your skin.
Colour refreshes are recommended annually.
Eyebrow shaping general information
Angular shape - The angular shape is appropriate for those with round face. You can enhance this shape with shading and contouring of the eye makeup for elegance.
Rounded shape - The rounded shape is suitable for women with large eyes or wide forehead. The rounded eyebrows can enhance the eyes. The eyebrow should follow the frontal bone and be shaped to a taper.
Arched shape - The arched shape is very flattering for most women. It gives width and expression to the eye. It opens the eyes and help balance a prominent nose or a large mouth.
Low arched shape - The low arched shape works well for those with small forehead by giving the illusion of more length. Place an orange stick in a straight line from the side of the nose to the liner corner of the eye; this is where the eyebrow should begin. Place an orange stick from the side of the nose to the outer corner of the eye; this is where the brow should end. We know that creating the most flattering shape and arch of your eyebrows may be really hard, so trust your beautician.
Once you get the perfect line and shape, you want you will be able to maintain them by yourself.
High forehead – the arch of the eyebrow should be slightly elevated to create the illusion of a lower forehead
Low forehead – the arch should be as low as possible to give more height to the forehead
Wide set eyes – leave the eyebrows unplucked on the inner corners. You can extend the inner corners using eyebrow pencil.
Close set eyes – if you want to make the eyes wider apart, you should pluck more from the inner corners and extend outer corners using eye pencil
*If you tweeze too much from the inner edge of the eyebrows it makes your eyes look smaller
*Eyebrows should follow the line of the bone just above your eyes
*high arches are the best way to open up the eyes
*when tweezing grab each hair at the root and quickly yank in the direction of hair growth
*plucking too much from the bottom edge gives you a permanent look of surprise
*never pluck above the eyebrows
*pull hairs out in the direction of growth one at a time.