Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s eyebrow extensions. Brows on fleek are at your fingertips. Look through our directory of eyebrow extension specialists in Melbourne and make an appointment today. Cara Delevinge would be jealous.
An eyebrow extension involves the specialist attaching super fine, synthetic hairs to your natural brow hair or bare skin. Are you a victim of over-tweezing? The extensions can help to fill the bare spots in your eyebrows or help you to change your brow shape. There are different varieties of shades, lengths and coarseness to match your natural brow hair.
Maintaining your brows. They can last for up to three weeks if you treat them with a little TLC. To help extend your extensions, here are a few simple tips:
The first 24 hours are crucial. Moisture is the nemesis of eyebrow extensions. Do not get your brows wet in the first 24 hours to allow the glue to fully set. This includes sauna, steam rooms, heavy exercise or rainfall.
Keep shampoo and conditioner away. This can weaken the adhesive. The general rule of thumb: avoid touching your brows when you shower.
Dry them carefully. Be careful when drying your face with a towel. Apply gentle pressure and do not rub them. The best way is to let the hairs dry naturally.
Avoid wearing brow product. If you do wear product, remove it gently. Moisturiser or brow gel can weaken the adhesive.
Keep your hands to yourself. Your hands are full of natural oils, which can loosen the glue.
Sleep on your back. If you prefer sleeping on your side, you will notice that one of your brows may not last as long as the other. Otherwise, upgrade your pillowcase to one made out of silk or satin. This can reduce the friction between extensions and the pillow.
Are you ready to transform your brows from forgettable to face-defining? Book an eyebrow extension today.