Beauty | Embrowdery: The new trend in eyebrows

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Eyebrows have become so fashionable that new techniques keep popping up to accentuate our frames. We look at why embrowdery is the next big thing in eyebrows.

Eyebrowdery is not technically a new technique, having been around for a few years. With all the buzz about eyebrows in recent times with everyone seeking that perfect arch that frames the face, it is back on the agenda and in high demand. And as it lasts for up to two years, everyone is looking at the hassle-free and cost effective way to keep your brows manicured and shaped.

So, what is it?

Embrowdery is a method whereby fine strokes are penetrated into the skin for a hair-like finish. The treatment blends in with the hair along the brow bone, achieving a natural appearance.

Indeed, new nano-technology is used in the pigments which allows the colours to stay in place regardless of how thin or light the strokes are applied.

Embrowdery only penetrates the top layer of the skin so there is no need for needles or tattoo machining. Instead, a metal hand tool is used. This tool is place on the surface of the skin and gently moved forward and up to flow pigment into the skin and gently moved forward and up to flow pigment into the skin with various lining and shading techniques used.

This technique requires three treatments. After the first treatment, the colour will fade significantly. This is positive as it allows the time to reflect on the shape and colours. Your preferred option is then perfected during the second treatment. Four week later, you can go over the brows again for more definition.

The procedure is relatively painless, similar to the plucking experience. You may experience redness around the skin but should pass after a few hours.

As this treatment can last up to two years, it does come with a hefty price tag with prices averaging at €400.