I have strong brows and, much to my mother's dismay, overplucked them to a ludicrous pencil thin line when I was a young teen (rite of passage, right?). I'd been reluctant to change the natural shape again, but I got my eyebrows threaded for the first time this week and I'm sold. I visited the Shavata counter at House of Fraser on Oxford Street and emerged with the neatest eyebrows I've ever had. I thought it would be a painful endurance test, but it was no worse than plucking and over in ten minutes. When finished threading, Fahmina applied a few strokes of Brow Tamer, the fastest selling product from the beauty guru's specialist line of products and my latest make-up bag essential, a click and twist clear gel pen which keeps unruly brows tidy. Brush the hairs upwards from underneath the arch and downwards from above for a manicured look.
Having groomed, properly shaped brows frame your face and make you look polished; the beauty guru suggests getting them professionally done at least once a year, so you know what they should look like and can maintain the shape yourself at home.
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