Brows are the new “thang”. I let mine grow out for 8 months before I got a tweezer near them. Once I got the thickness I wanted, I decided to get them threaded every two months. I always make sure the esthetician has thick nicely arched brows. Threading is amazing! I recommend it. Eyebrows are important, they literally shape your eyes. I don’t know why we made them pencil thin in the 90s. Was it because they were completely reckless in the 80s?
Now, if you can’t grow your brows back, follow this new brow extension trend! Enjoy!
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If the tweeze-happy ’90s left you with sparse eyebrows—and hey, you’re not the only one—the option to have them temporarily fixed is coming soon to a salon or spa near you.
Occhi Lash & Brow Studio in Oak Brook Terrace, Illinois—a ritzy suburb outside Chicago—is currently training aestheticians from around the country on Brow Perfect, an eyebrow extension technique that got its start in the UK.
Under a super bright light, an aesthetician uses high-quality surgical glue to apply individual synthetic hairs to your brows wherever they need a little help. (At Occhi, Brow Perfect costs between $45 and $150, depending on how many hairs you need filled in.)
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