Boost your eyes with embrowdery at Vanilla

Embrowdery is the new eyebrow treatment everyone's talking about, but the expert staff at Vanilla have actually been doing this treatment for the past two years.

Vanilla caters for a wide range of clients. These include clients after chemotherapy, alopecia sufferers, people with thyroid problems and clients whose brows just stopped growing for no apparent reason. The salon also does semi permanent eyeliner, which gives eyes back their definition.

Embrowdery is a method whereby fine strokes are penetrated into the skin for a hair-like finish. The appearance is completely natural and blends with or without hair along the brow bone. New nano-technology is used in the pigments which allows the colours to stay in place regardless of how thin or light the strokes are applied. Embrowdery involves penetrating the very top layer of the skin with a small metal hand tool, so there is no need for a tattoo machine or loud vibrating needles. As a result, the procedure is virtually painless and has been likened to the sensation of eyebrow plucking and not as severe as eyebrow threading.

The tool is placed on the surface of the skin and gently moved forward and up to flow pigment into the skin. Various lining and shading techniques are used. Natural shades are easily achieved. Within a week of your first treatment the colour will fade significantly and throughout the following four weeks can continue to fade by as much as 70 per cent. This is considered an extremely positive occurance as it allows you time to reflect on your shape and colour.

After this period the second phase of embrowdery is carried out. At this point any changes you would like to make are discussed. Once again you can expect the colour to fade, but to a much lesser degree. Four weeks later and you can decide if you would like the team at Vanilla to redo the brows for more definition. The decision is entirely yours.

You can book your free consultation with Jane or Susan by calling Vanilla on (094 ) 9024724.



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