Blaze on with beau­ti­ful brows

Hindustan Times (Gurugram) - City - - CITY LIFESTYLE -

Eye­brows are a piv­otal feature of your face, but there are many who have nat­u­rally sparse brows, un­even brows, or even have no brows at all. There is a cure and it’s called mi­crob­lad­ing! It is a form of semi-per­ma­nent tat­too and looks com­pletely nat­u­ral, as it in­volves cre­at­ing thin hair strands in the same di­rec­tion as the nat­u­ral hair.

Isya Aes­thet­ics, led by New York’s celebrity der­ma­tol­o­gist and well­ness ex­pert, Dr Ki­ran Sethi

Lo­hia, has tied up with Cana­dian Dr Maria Moses of Busy Bee Spa, who is fly­ing in to treat clients’ eye­brow, lash, and semiper­ma­nent makeup needs.

“We use a finely-bladed pen to cre­ate fine strokes within the brow out­line, hair line, or scalp hair part­ings, that re­mark­ably mimic nat­u­ral hair. The end re­sult is of­ten so nat­u­ral that it is hard to tell you have had any­thing done at all. Gen­er­ally pop­u­lar amongst brow afi­ciona­dos, when done cor­rectly, mi­crob­lad­ing even looks com­pletely nat­u­ral on peo­ple who started with al­most no brows!” says Dr Lo­hia.

Typ­i­cally, mi­crob­lad­ing lasts for one to two years, and will have to be re­done in or­der to keep your re­sults. The pro­ce­dure is costly, but is a form of art that re­quires in­ten­sive train­ing and prac­tice.

“We recog­nise that our clients need the best tech­nique and re­sults, so we are ex­cited to bring Dr Maria Moses from Toronto. She will not only trans­form brows, but will also be mi­crob­lad­ing scalps and do semi-per­ma­nent eye­liner and lip­sticks. In ad­di­tion, she has in­no­vated lash lifts and semi-per­ma­nent mas­cara, along with tra­di­tion lash ex­ten­sions,” adds Dr Lo­hia.

Book now for Septem­ber 16-22 be­fore all the slots get taken.

Ad­dress: Isya Aes­thet­ics E-12/7 ground floor, Vas­ant Vi­har. Phone: 9667300691/ 9667377709. Web­site: www. isya­derm.com E-mail: info@ isya­derm.com.

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Renowned celebrity der­ma­tol­o­gist Dr Ki­ran Sethi Lo­hia

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