Sweeten your brow-shaping experience with sugar. Typically, the hair is removed by a room temperature mixture of sugar, lemon juice and water. For those with sensitive skin, this is a good option thanks to the natural ingredients.
This traditionally Middle Eastern technique uses cotton thread to remove several hairs at a time, and is said to be less painful than tweezing.
Where to go: Miracle Beauty Salon
If you tried to shape your brows at home but got a little tweezer-happy, then seek professional help. They can guide your brows into a natural shape that complements your face, even if you’ve been over-plucking.
Where to go: Take an Image Journey at Authentic Beauty
For a line that stays put, permanent makeup is the way to go. This cosmetic procedure uses tattoo-like technology to apply permanent color to the brows by using pigment injections placed into the upper layers of the skin.
Where to go: Aya Medical Spa