Course was an eye­brow-raiser

Rutherglen Reformer - - School News -

In last month’s Pow­der Room I was ex­tolling the virtues of semi-per­ma­nent eye­brows.

Well af­ter wax­ing lyri­cal about them I de­cided to add an­other string to my bow and take a course to learn how to do them – the pic­tures show some of my home­work from the last week.

Now semi-per­ma­nent tat­too­ing is not the eas­i­est of skills to learn – even for a mas­ter of the make up brushes like my­self!

Nor­mally I can wipe away the brow gel if I make a mis­take, but this is a dif­fer­ent ball game com­pletely – you have to nail it or the client will be left with your mis­take for some time if you don’t get it ex­actly right.

Fear not, I’m go­ing to be prac­tic­ing for the next few months to get as good and pre­cise as I pos­si­bly can be­fore I start treat­ing clients.

It’s an amaz­ing thing to get if your brows are thin, fair patchy or mis­shaped.

Your brows make a mas­sive dif­fer­ence to your face and a sim­ple ad­just­ment can frame your face and re­ally lift the eye area.

To wake up and not have to de­fine your eye­brows any­more is fab­u­lous – and saves you lots of time if you’re in a rush.

Once I have per­fected do­ing brows I in­tend to train a lot more and add eye and lip liner to my reper­toire.

Please do get in touch if you are in­ter­ested in hav­ing this pro­ce­dure done in a few months.

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