Arches of Tri­umph

HK Magazine - - HEALTH & BEAUTY -

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,

Brow Res­ur­rec­tion 2.4

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