Brow Shaping AT Oceren Skin Care Spa

Benefits of brow shaping

The key to beautiful brows is symmetry. The shape, color, and thickness of your brows should look evenly distributed and proportional to the rest of your face.

Brows can make or break a look, so it’s important to get them right. 

The benefits of brow shaping are:

  • Enhanced facial features
  • A more youthful appearance
  • An overall polished look

Preparing for the first appointment

When you’re ready to get your brows shaped, there are a few things you can do to make sure you get the best results. Make sure you have a good consultation with your esthetician or eyebrow specialist. Before they start shaping your brows, they should ask you questions about what shape you like and what will look best on your face. They also need to know how much time you want their services to take so that they can schedule accordingly.

How long does brow shaping last?

The answer to this question depends on a few factors.

The first thing that needs to be considered is the way your brows are shaped. If they are naturally thick and bushy, they will grow back more quickly than if they were thin and sparse to begin with.

The second thing that affects how long your brows last is how often you get them shaped. If you get them shaped regularly (at least every three months), then your new shape will last for several months before growing back in. If not, then the hair may grow back in within two weeks or less, depending on how fast it grows for you in general and how much attention you pay to it during those two weeks.

Things to keep in mind after a brow shaping session

After a brow shaping session, there are a few things you should remember to do to ensure that your brows stay in great shape!

1. Avoid getting them wet for 24 hours.

2. Don’t pick at them or rub them too much, as this can cause irritation and make the hairs fall out faster than they would otherwise.

3. Stay away from makeup remover that contains alcohol, as this can dry out your skin and cause hair loss over time.