3 Things To Know Be­fore Get­ting Brow Em­broi­dery

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Save your­self the daily has­sle of fill­ing in your brows and score more snooze time with semiper­ma­nent eye­brow em­broi­dery. Here’s what you need to know. • Do your home­work. Eye­brow em­broi­dery is meant to last for one to two years, so don’t leave the re­sults to chance. Pick a sea­soned brow ex­pert or a well-re­puted brow spa. Browhaus, for in­stance, re­quires its ther­a­pists to go through four to eight weeks of train­ing, and go for reg­u­lar up­grad­ing lessons.

• Com­mu­ni­cate your

needs. Your em­broi­dery ses­sion should be pref­aced with a de­tailed con­sul­ta­tion so you can com­mu­ni­cate clearly what you like, and your ther­a­pist can sug­gest the most suit­able brow shape and thick­ness for your face, says Ap­ple.

• Prac­tise proper

af­ter­care. For the first three to four days af­ter the em­broi­dery, ap­ply an an­tibi­otic or an­ti­sep­tic oint­ment on the brows af­ter wash­ing your face, sug­gests Ce­cilia. She also stresses that you should avoi d swim­ming or fa­cials for one to two weeks to pre­vent premature fad­ing.

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