The eyebrow is the frame of the look, if it is well done you can lift it and value it, so in today’s post we brought some tips to keep them beautiful.
1 – Your eyebrows have this shape for a reason, they match your facial structure. This means that you should not completely modify them from their original format.
2 – The hair growth cycle in this region differs from the growth of hair strands. They are born, grow and fall in a period of approximately four years. This cycle is repeated 20 times in the course of life not exceeding 0.2 cm per month. When you remove one, it risks not being born again, which can compromise the aesthetics of the eyebrow, so the importance of choosing good professionals to take care of them.
3 – If you have compulsion to remove each fur as they grow it can interfere with the growth cycle and end with the failed eyebrow, if the damage has already been done move away from the tweezers, let the yarn grow and look for a reliable professional To make the design.
4 – The eyebrow hairs also whiten with age, rather than removing them a good option is to dye them to give expressivity and volume while looking.
5 – For eyebrows already damaged by excessive depilation or with few hairs, a technique widely used that maintains the natural appearance of the threads is microblading, which corrects the defects with a pigment applied to the dermis (the most superficial layer of the skin).
6 – Use specific eyebrow products when it comes to makeup and avoid leaving them marked at the beginning, as this will make your face heavy and artificial. Scrub or wipe the top of the eyebrow so it does not get too strong.
7- The eyebrow design is done following the natural design of the hairs, changing the factors that prevent them from being more expressive or that are not in harmony with the face. A good professional will evaluate the format that most value the look, respecting your face type.
Before opting for the best method, always talk it over with your trusted professional and make sure you get the result. Here at EC Hair Salon we have experienced and qualified professionals in the latest techniques, after all part of a beautiful face is undoubtedly a well made eyebrow and aligned to the shape of your face.
Each face has its particularity, the right haircut can enhance, highlight the best features and lengthen the silhouette, so a poorly made cut can bring bad aesthetic results and highlight imperfections. The bangs are a subtle change that can make allt he difference in the look, but you should observe your hair type and face shape to match with you and enhance your beauty even more, so in today’s post we brought tips to inspire your next appointment to the salon.
Straight long strip
This type of bangs, the trademark of the actress Zooey Deschanel, is characterized by long and bulky yarns that almost cover the eyes and reminiscent of the 60’s. It can bring joviality or leave the look very childish, depending on the style of the person. Ideal for women with the oval face. It can accentuate expression marks, due to the shadow that forms on the face and evidence the round shape of the face of some women.
Bangs above eyebrow
Also called “baby bangs” can give a bold and alternative touch to the look and frame the face. Great bet for those with a square or rounded face. Align the silhouette by leaving part of the forehead on display. It should be avoided by owners of very large locks.
This bangs is the most democratic and does not ask for much maintenance. It is characterized by the irregular shape that starts smaller and gets larger in the outline of the face. It can be used by women with a thin face or large forehead, since the irregularity of the wires leaves the facial shape more harmonic and less elongated.
Defined by having a smaller side while the other is a little larger, it leaves the look romantic yet modern. Great for most face shapes, especially ovals or squares. It is versatile by allowing “hide” the bangs by changing the hair aside.
Who has curly hair can wear bangs, yes! The look reminiscent of the 80’s and is on the rise. The cut can help disguise details such as fine lines or small eyebrows, as well as accentuate the cheekbones and eyes.