Women Are Getting Eyebrow Extensions And The Results Are Totally Mind-Blowing
Maybe you have naturally thin brows or you lost them by overtweezing.
To get extensions, brow technicians use tweezers to dip tiny synthetic hairs into skin-safe glue and then the hairs are individually applied to the skin.
The process can take up to two and a half hours to get the shape and fullness just right.
If you sweat a lot, they’re not going to last very long. To keep them from falling out too fast, avoid touching them when washing your face.
Brow extensions last between two to three weeks and cost anywhere from $75 to $350.
And the before-and-afters that women are posting online are staggering.
Eyebrow Extensions Were the Beauty-Treatment Highlight of My Year
But did they last? Here’s a play-by-play of my experience
The Before: Scrawny Eyebrows you may have already heard this complaint: My eyebrows just don’t grow. I’ve made some progress thanks to brow growth serums, but the difference is small — some wispy hairs that are better than nothing don’t do much to make my brows look more substantial overall.
Fortunately, I have a solid brow powder routine, which makes a big difference — though definitely not a Delevingne-level difference.
Even on their best day, my eyebrows are not doing me any favors. So when I heard that Courtney Buhler, the founder of Sugar Lash eyebrow and eyelash extensions, was going to be in town, I jumped at the chance to meet her for a brow-over.