Over plucking and waxing eyebrows can leave them sparse and in need of major repair. Unfortunately, after years of zealous tweezing your hair may only grow in certain spots if it grows back at all. Products such as brow liners and mascara’s offer relief for missing eyebrows but only temporarily. Your basic skincare routine is sure to wash the painted eyebrows off while activities that cause you to sweat will make them run. For some women lacking eyebrows has meant stepping out of their normal boundaries with an interest in permanent makeup.
Eye Brow Shape
Every individual has unique eye brow shapes but permanent makeup can enhance, re-define or completely change the shape of your brow. Since eyebrows are an important feature of your face and gives way to many expressions and your personality shapes should be taken into high regard. Your makeup artist will advise you of what he thinks is best for your facial shape and structure but it also comes down to your personal preference. Eyebrows that are too rounded, wrap around or too pointed are examples of shapes that change the facial appearance.
Your natural eyebrows don’t have to be removed or shaved off in order to have permanent makeup. That is a choice that you’ll have to decide on beforehand. A professional permanent makeup up artist can work with the natural growth pattern of your brows to create the desired shape. Though some artists may use the outlining method another technique is available. Hair strokes is a method that uses two or more colors to draw in each individual hair. The combination of colors creates a more natural look with depth and different shades instead of an eyebrow that may look color-blockish.
A common mistake is expecting your eyebrows to match your hair color or assuming they will be one solid color. Since hair is naturally made of different shades brush stroking and layering colors can also be used to create a natural looking brow. If you plan to change the color of your hair often it’s best to go with a shade that is a bit lighter than your natural hair or updated by your makeup artist to match. Do remember this is costly and if you’re adding bright red you may not like this style after six months; which would have to be altered once again by your makeup artist.
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