Over the last few decades, we’ve seen a lot of changes when it comes to eyebrows. Thin, bushy, arched or straight, brows have always been a beauty phenomenon.
Although trying to keep up with the latest eyebrow trends come with consequences, there is now a wide range of beauty solutions to help create brow perfection.
What are HD brows?
Revolutionising the eyebrow scene, High Definition Brows are certainly gaining in popularity over the last few years. Offering a seven-step treatment for perfectly arched brows, HD brows are tailored to each individual and help define your natural brows into a beautifully arched shape.
What is the process?
HD brows consist of a seven-step process consisting of mapping, tinting, waxing plucking, threading, trimming and if necessary using an HD palette to help fill in any gaps. The whole appointment usually takes around 40 minutes and can last up to 6 weeks.
Of course first, you will need a consultation where a patch test is required. Allowing you to talk through styles, shape and colour, I can help address any sparse of patchy areas that may need extra attention. I usually recommend leaving brows for at least four weeks before arriving at your first treatment. This will allow me to map out a new shape and give you the best possible results.
The next step is tinting. Once the dye has taken place we can begin the shaping process! This consists of waxing, threading and plucking any stray hairs. I may also trim the brows to help keep the shape in place 24 hours a day!
For those seeking fuller brows, I may suggest a regrowth programme that will help shape brows to exactly how you want them. It might be worth investing in a good eyebrow palette to help fill in certain areas while we train the eyebrows to grow in certain places. This may, of course, take a few more appointments, but will certainly be worth it once you’ve achieved brow perfection!
Are they permanent?
Unfortunately HD brows aren’t permanent, however with continuous treatments brows can become more defined and much easier to shape. The treatment usually lasts for around 4-6 weeks.