I have never ever done nor been requested a solid block of colour. I only do hair strokes xxTo me, these always look obviously fake as they are a solid colour all the way along. I always think that brows should be lighter at the start and darkest at the arch, this is how it is taught when learning make up. The same level of colour all over, rather than a graduated colour, looks obviously artificial as eyebrows never natually look like that.
Is there an option for this or will people always have to have them as a solid block of colour?
Agree with BensMis completely, a skilled tech uses different pressures and pigments to obtain their results giving depth of colour. Hair strokes are far more popular than a blocked in brow and it requires much more skill, I think the key here is definitely to find a skilled technician and luckily there are quite a few in the UK.xWhen they've healed they are generally lighter at the bulb. An experienced technician will not overwork the shading between hair strokes in this area...
Sorry newbie here don't. Know if I've posted right, I would love love love my eyebrows done I hate mine they are hideous but I don't think I could afford it! Maybe one day..........I get my top up on Monday can't wait love them :-D
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Could you PM me you details too please !! Them brows look stunning and like others hav only seen people with block 'black' brows !! As I'm quite fair I wanted a feathered look like the one in your picture ! Looks fabulous look forward to hearing from you !!Cheshire but have clinics in salons UK wide, I've sent you a pm xx
No one else has ever touched my brow apart from myself until a fue weeks ago and I love them soooo much :-DI have wanted my brows done for years although I'm terrified of having to trust someone! I have always waxed and tinted my own brows and daren't even let anyone else touch them!