If you saw a photo of a woman with stick-straight hair and a middle part, or another with fluffy hair and permed bangs, you’d likely be able to immediately recognize the decade of each. Hair trends aren’t the only defining characteristics of an era; though not quite as obvious, eyebrows can be indicative of moment in time, too.
Back in the ‘80s, the most advanced brow-care one could hope to find in the hands of an esthetician was waxing. In those days, the process consisted of sitting upright with a technician at your side, while brows were formed into a matching comma-like shapes.
Modern Brows Should Frame Your FaceThankfully, the one-shape-fits-all view is no longer en vogue and tides have turned towards approaching brows as works of art—not to mention, one of the most important features of your face.
While beauty experts now approach each brow job as unique—based on your bone structure, of course—certain aspects of brow shaping can still be seen as on-trend. Modern brows have moved to a thicker, fuller shape overall, with either a square, highly-groomed front, a round, natural shape, or a combination of both as dictated by your face shape.
Strong Definition is a MustWhy all the fuss about brows? Because eyebrows do much more than frame your eyes. Like a signature hair color or style choice, brows play their part in defining your look. They also tell others around you a story—your story. Are you confident? Tired? Sad? Powerful?
Bottom line, if you don’t have great brows with really strong definition, you’re probably not doing yourself justice. Thankfully, brow tinting can make even the most sparse or unruly brows appear gracefully natural, without taking any time out of your daily never-spare-a-minute schedule.
What Is Brow Tinting?Unlike shaping waxing, threading, or tweezing, brow-tinting is a color service that doesn't take away any hair (although you can do so in conjunction with hair removal) but uses semi-permanent vegetable dye to enhance color, shape, and thickness—or all of the above.
And the benefits are immediate—brows look groomed with zero effort.
Plus, when professionally applied, tinting adds more structure to each hair strand. This gives you a stronger arch and thicker brows, without even touching them with brow pencil or powder.
Even if your brows are already dark, tinting may find hair that you didn’t realize you had. This is because some people’s growth tends to come in blonde, and tinting grabs those peach-fuzz hairs, filling in each brow shape to their desired arch.
Want to know more? Contact Hoshall’s to learn exactly what brow tinting can do for you!