Arches of Triumph
We’ve been seeing semi-permanent brow embroidery and microblading brow services pop up in salons all over town. Lasting about two or three years, brow embroidery applies hair-thin strokes of dye under the skin to attain a natural look. It’s one step up from the traditional brow tattoos which often fade to blue over time. At a recent media preview at brow experts Browhaus, we got to see a demo of its signature service, using a vegetable dye that can be custom blended for your particular color. Your brows are drawn on until you’re happy with them, before a numbing cream is applied and the design is finally etched on—apparently it’s no more painful than tweezing. There’s no down time needed for recovery, and you just need to avoid the gym or sweating too much for a week or so on top of using their aftercare products— for perfect brows every morning, why not?
$6,600 from Browhaus, 10/F, 8 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, 2845-0886, browhaus.com.hk
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