3 Things To Know Before Getting Brow Embroidery
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.