Dem’ Brows! The 4 Must Do’s and Don’tsBy YWAX | August 16, 2017
Eyebrow game on! Perfecting your eyebrow shape is a trend that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. Read on the learn the do’s and don’ts to score ultimate eyebrows.
Brush Upwards: Brushing upwards can give your brows a really nice shape as well as open up your eyes. It’s a simple trick, but a good one. If your hairs are long and uneven and you’re not comfortable trimming them yourself, click here to book in a brow trim.
Pencil – Your New BFF: Whoever said diamonds are a girl’s best friend obviously hadn’t discovered the eyebrow pencil. It allows you to add colour and shape to your eyebrows in a really controlled way, so they are perfect for beginners. Follow the directions of the hairs, and flick the pencil using short and wispy strokes.
Use Concealer: Apply concealer to the brow bone to complete your look. Concealer will define the edge of your brows and draw attention upwards, elevating your arches and making you look wide awake.
Regular Maintenance: Love your eyebrows, and they will love you! Make sure you are keeping to a regular routine whether it be trimming, plucking or waxing. If you’re not confident, trust a professional to give you that shape you have been dreaming of. Click here to check out our price list, or use our booking form here to make an appointment.
Less is More: It can be tempting to keep plucking, or keep penciling, or both. To avoid fake and overdone looks, try and remember to enhance what you’ve got! The best brow looks are built off natural foundations.
Finding a Trusted Advisor: Just like a hairdresser, finding an eyebrow artist you like is really important. Use our booking form here to make an appointment with one of our experienced eyebrow artists.
DIY Bleach: Do we need an explanation here? Colour is the key to your eyebrows, and tinting can make a big difference to your look. If you’re looking for a colour change or uplift, leave it to the professionals.
Be True to You: The best brows are the ones that suit your face, skin tone and features. Key word here is you. Tell the technician what look you’re after, and trust their advice.