I am often asked which method I use and prefer and I say it doesn't really matter. What matters is that the specialist is truly gifted at sculpting brows and knows how to shape properly using the tools of choice. Anyone can ruin your brows with either method if they aren't particular and gifted at what they do.
I recommend coming for treatments on average 3-6 weeks apart. I will solely be looking after you and your brows so consistency in shaping is always achieved. This ensures we know exactly where your brows are at and that our brow plan is on the right path with every visit.
Using mainly tweezing and some wax, I shape the brows to perfection remembering that ‘EVERY HAIR MATTERS’ (my motto).
I have been sculpting brows for 20 years mastering how different types of hairs grow and sit on certain brow bone shapes.
Brow sculpting is an art-form unique to the artist. My passion for brows comes from an understanding of how we feel when our brows are perfect which gives us have self-confidence. Eyebrows affect our facial expressions. When someone complains that people always think they are sad, angry, grumpy, or surprised, often the eyebrows can be a huge contributing factor.
Many people don’t understand the difference between brow sculpting and an eyebrow wax and many salons offer brow sculpting without true expertise in the area. There are so many rules which are often found in various magazines and internet sites, but I disagree with most of the rules I’ve read because they are based around the nose, and we don't want to make the nose the main feature of the face. The eyes should be the focal point of the face and I can show you how to achieve this.
Brows sculpted in the right way for your individual face can make you look younger, lift and open the eyes and create a smoothness to the face exuding class and style. Knowing this has made me extremely fastidious with every hair being precise and having a purpose for being there. Perfectionism is everything when it comes to brows.
The rules don’t fit everyone! Every human being is an individual and so are their eyebrows. Therefore whilst I have designed my own ‘rules’, I adapt them from person to person to suit an individual which I always explain to my customer as I believe everyone should understand their own brows and why I have recommended a particular style. That way my customers learn a good brow shape from a bad brow shape and it makes it easier for them to apply makeup to complete the look and if they ever move too far away, they know what to look for in a brow stylist.