HEAD TO TOE

JUST BROWSIN’

The Advertiser - SA Weekend - - STYLE. WAT C H - Words ka­t­rina stokes

IT WAS get­ting to the stage I was grow­ing a slight mono-brow.

My eye­brows looked more like Mt Lofty’s Kuitpo For­est and noth­ing like model Bambi North­wood-Blyth’s beau­ti­ful bushy yet tamed brows. (If you don’t know who I’m go­ing on about here, Google her).

Upon ar­riv­ing at the Ben­e­fit Brow­bar — con­ve­niently lo­cated in Myer — I was told it would be a short wait un­til the eye­brow specialist was free.

The 30-minute ser­vice is suited to the busy city gal as there’s no need to make an ap­point­ment.

I sat down and the beau­ti­cian asked what I’d like done, which was a fuller brow. Af­ter “map­ping out” my brow shape with an eye­liner pen­cil, she got pluck­ing, then got out the scis­sors and snipped some of the longer hairs, show­ing me what she was do­ing.

To fin­ish the look, she brushed my brows with Ben­e­fit’s gimme brow (a prod­uct which makes your brows look fuller) and I was done.

I was happy with the end re­sult and the price tag’s good too. I may look noth­ing like Bambi (shame), but my eye­brows are thank­ing me for the visit.

BROW ARCH

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