What is the difference between brow grooming and brow waxing?
Brow grooming is in fact an art.
The brows create a frame for the eye and help to create your expressions.
If you were to draw a line down the center of your face, you would see two entirely different shaped eyes, lips and brows. Each brow arches at different points on each side of the face. One brow grows upward while the other brow grows sideways. One brow may extend longer on one side than the other. All of these things are taken into account during a brow grooming.
Measuring creates a starting point and ensures that the brows are as symmetrical as possible. By showing the client how to measure her brows, upkeep at home can be easier and reduces the guess work that accompanies upkeep.
Trimming the brow hair is also important to a beautifully groomed brow. Long and unruly brow hair can ruin even the most perfectly arched brow. It is important to not over trim.
While in our youth, many of us had what looked like small catapillars on our browline. Over the years, hormones, stress and aging can take a toll on the amount of brow hair we have. Using a brow powder or pencil to fill in thin spaces can complete the perfectly groomed brow.