Shikha Mittal

Manager

Different Types Of Eyebrow Treatment And Things You Should Know

Nearly every woman knows the pain of bad eyebrows. Eyebrows have been in the spotlight more than ever recently, and for good reason. Well-groomed brows act to frame the eyes and highlight your best features. In fact, strong brows can make you look put-together on a makeup free day.  A well-defined brow can alter your appearance. It can change your look to more youthful, frame the eyes, refine your look, balance the face, correct flaws, and alter your face shape.

There is a myriad of options available now to help you get the perfect sculpted brow, and thanks to new eyebrow-enhancing treatments like tinting, tattooing, bleaching and the ever-popular microblading treatment, you too can get the perfect brows to suit the contour of your face. Here are some details to demystify some of these eyebrow treatments to help you choose the right brow treatment for you.

  • Eyebrow Trimming and Tweezing
  • Threading
  • Waxing
  • Brow Tinting
  • Microblading
  • Brow Extensions
  • Brow Lamination

 

  • Eyebrow Trimming and Tweezing

Eyebrow hairs are longer than most people realize, and simply trimming them can be enough for some faces. When the hairs are lightly cut, not only will it decrease the brow density, it also helps the hairs to lie flat - instantly creating a clean line to your brow. Using tweezers involving locating individual’s hair and plucking each out by the root. This can prove tedious to some but allows very precise brow shaping and is very easy to learn. Short hair looks bad besides the eyebrows so tweezers are the way to pluck it out. Tweezing removes hair from the root and trimming is done after brushing through the brow thoroughly. In this method there's also no risk of stretching, burning, or damaging the skin like other services.

  • Threading

It’s a fairly simple and quick process. You sit down in a chair and stare at the ceiling as an esthetician takes thin cotton or polyester thread, doubles it, and twists it. As they move their hands, the threads grab unwanted hairs in between the openings and pull them free—including the roots. Threading removes several unwanted hairs in one fell swoop rather than just one at a time. This allows all of them to grow back at the same time. No hair can escape.

  • Waxing

Waxing is just simple method just like it done on other body areas. This process involves spreading a thin layer of hot or cold wax over the area of unwanted hair and then placing a cloth strip on top. When the strip is pulled off in a rapid motion, it removes both the wax and the hair.  Defined arches. Most estheticians use small wooden spatulas to apply the wax; they help to sculpt a curved, polished look around the brow bones. Conveniently available at most salons, it’s the most popular method of brow shaping. Avoid this method if you’re using oral or topical retinoid, as it can cause tearing and possible scarring. Waxing can be done every four weeks.

  • Brow Tinting

It’s a quick process, using the same technology found in permanent and semi-permanent hair color, with results that can last for weeks. The longer you leave it on, the darker or lighter the hair becomes. Eyebrow ting gives you natural, full-looking brows & lashes for an always polished and put- together look with more oomph in your arches and lashes. , Eyebrow tinting does not damage your eyebrows. Since it doesn't include bleach therefore it is gentle on the hairs.

  • Microblading

 Many women use microblading to restore the look of their eyebrows after experiencing hair loss from tweezing, age or other factors. Microblading is a tattoo-like semi-permanent makeup treatment that fills in your eyebrows. It can also be used to create eyebrows where very little hair exists. It etches fake brow hairs into the skin using ink and a tiny cluster of needles in the shape of a blade. Unlike a tattoo, microblading only lasts about two years before it needs to be touched up.  Microblading is performed by a trained technician.    

  • Brow Extensions

 If you’re someone with thin, sparse brows, you may consider eyebrow extensions to fluff yours up. Eyebrow extensions are synthetic hair fibers that look and feel like real eyebrow hairs. They are single strands of hair applied one by one, in a similar way to lash extensions but to the brows, using gentle but strong colorless adhesive that’s safe for the skin. While you might have to park it in your esthetician’s chair for between 25 minutes to an hour or so for application, there’s zero need to touch them up once they’re in.

  • Brow Lamination

Brow lamination is originally from Russia. And it is a new trend in the brow industry. It's the best procedure for taming tough and unruly hairs as it sets them in place so every hair lies in the same direction, giving a just-combed effect. It’s like a keratin treatment for your brows! The best bit is, its vegan and cruelty-free. It also creates thick, fluffy, and full brows.

All techniques are unique; you just need to find out what your desire is and how to achieve this. Process like microblading, brow lamination, extension or lifting need a good technician.  So change your look with perfect eyebrows.