Arch Up Your Brow Game, Here's The New Eyebrow Treatment To Know Now

Arch Up Your Brow Game, Here's The New Eyebrow Treatment To Know Now

Here's how to control your brows once and for all!

By Dinushka Gunasekara | 10th December 2019

With this highbrow beauty service, not a single hair will be out of place.

Traditionally, to control your brows meant reaching for spoolies, brushes, powders, pencils and sprays. However, if you don’t have a tool kit on hand, Brazilian Beauty offers a solution to ensure your brows are tamed.

Naturally enhance your eyebrows to be their best with Brazilian Beauty’s Feather Touch Brow. The technique uses a fine micro blade tool and pigment to create individual hair-like strokes that look exactly like the real thing. With a feather-light touch, the therapists will create fuller-looking, natural brows that last between 12 and 24 months.

 

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Whether you want to subtly fill your brows or reshape them, the pigment is customised to match your skin tone and hair colour for a seamless look. You’ll never have a bad brow hair day again, and as the procedure is semi-permanent, you can keep up with the latest trends.

 

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The process starts with a free consultation, so you and the therapist can see eye-to-eye on your brows and ends with a perfection visit four weeks after initial treatment. Convenience and comfort combine for a highbrow look that never goes astray!

 

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Article by Dinushka Gunasekara

Notorious for turning a random encounter into a three-hour conversation and running across streets to pat a dog, Dinu is a curious girl who loves a good story. Her extensive knowledge of Donald Glover is yet to come to good use and she would do basically anything for a hash brown. Catch her bombarding her friends with articles she thinks they should read or spending way too much time creating the perfect playlist.