HEAD TO TOE

BROW FAC­TOR

The Advertiser - SA Weekend - - STYLE. WAT C H - Words roseanna daziani

A GREAT SET OF BROWS can add wow fac­tor to your ap­pear­ance, but are not al­ways easy to DIY. And if, like me, you have nat­u­rally bushy brows (thanks to my Ital­ian her­itage) it's best to leave it to the ex­perts. Which seems to be pay­ing off for me at this cheap and cheer­ful salon be­cause I'm of­ten asked, "Where do you get your eye­brows done?"

Thanks to reg­u­lar wax­ing at Es­sen­tial Beauty Har­bour Town my brows are now de­fined arches. Sure, there is a lit­tle pain when the warm wax — a lit­tle on the top (which is some­times over­looked at oth­ers sa­lons, but im­por­tant for def­i­ni­tion), un­der­neath and the mid­dle — is ripped off, but it doesn't last long.

There's also at­ten­tion to de­tail — any stray hairs are plucked to achieve the per­fect shape and thick­ness.

The beauty ther­a­pists also ask what shape you're after be­fore they start wax­ing so there are no nasty sur­prises. They al­ways make sure you're happy with the end re­sult by get­ting you to check their work in a mir­ror.

So if your eye­brows are a lit­tle (or a lot) out of con­trol, book an ap­point­ment to­day. Walk-ins are also wel­come...with a short wait time.

EYE­BROW

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