Brows are bigger and bolder than ever. Professional Beauty looks at three brow trends giving arches a serious boost.
You wax them, thread them and dye them for your clients. Here’s what’s next.
With over 150 Australian and New Zealand salons performing the treatment, eyebrow wigs are a growing trend. Ideal for helping women with sparse, thin brows achieve the bushiness of brow-blessed A-listers such as Cara Delevingne and Keira Knightley, these glue-on brow wigs were originally created for women and men who have lost their brows due to illness or medication. The brainchild of brow expert Danielle Kurukchi, Final Touch Brows false brows are made from human hair and come in five different shades. Even better, they stay put for up to seven days so your client can feel all Audrey Hepburn for a whole week.
Toronto company, LashForever offers the first ever eyebrow extension with a technique called the HDIBrow Extensions. Using different shapes and thicknesses, brows look instantly thicker and more shapely after just one hour in the chair. The technique is clearly catching on; the company has locations in Eastern Europe and Dubai and will soon open in Los Angeles and New York.
Virtually unheard of before the Millennium, the brow transplant is now a sought-after practice inside the doctor’s surgery. Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Epstein, is an expert in brow transplants, which involves grafting individual strands of hair from the scalp to fill and thicken the brows. The procedure is done under a light sedative, and downtime is around a week while swelling heals.
Have your say: would you add brow wigs or extensions to your treatment list?