Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Beauty Solution: Femme Couture Brow Couture Brow Grooming Wax

Last year’s runways were filled with models with thick brows. It was all about making them look full and perfect – after all they were the main focus of makeup trends. This year, on a lot of runways and photo shoots, you can see most models have them toned down and some don’t have them at all. As if it wasn’t enough that one season boyish haircuts are in and on the next everybody wants waist length hair, now it’s all about the eyebrows as well. Eyebrow hair is very sensitive and it’s not like any other hairs on your body – it colors much faster and once it’s gone, it might be gone for good. That’s why over plucking isn’t such a good idea!

Trends come and go, but groomed eyebrows never go out of style. Sometimes it might be fashionable to make them look more natural, and sometimes people seem to want them all brushed up and neat. No matter what the current trend is, when it comes to your eyebrows, your best friends are your tweezers (or thread) and brow wax or gel. If what you want is to maintain your eyebrows in place, I strongly advise against using gel for the simple reason that it flakes and the probability that you’ll have while flakes on your skin by mid-day is pretty high. The solution is, of course, to wear wax. Wax can be applied with a brush (that you’ll have to wash after every use to avoid developing bacteria and dried wax), you finger (which is messy and often not precise enough) or in the form of a little retractable pen such as Femme Couture Brow Couture Brow Grooming Wax. The pen form leaves out the brush and all the messiness, providing very good results.

If you fill your eyebrows, do so and then simply apply the wax in small strokes all over your brow. You can use it on top of powder or pencil or you can wear it alone. You’ll find that the wax will also soften and condition the eyebrow hairs making them less likely to fall or break, which is always good!

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