Why People Are Crazy Over 7D Eyebrow Embroidery


Forget about your usual 4D or 5D eyebrow embroidery that looks unnaturally dark – 7D eyebrow embroidery not only provides your sparse eyebrows with hair-like strokes, it is also suitable for those with lighter eyebrows! To get why it is (necessary) to get 7D eyebrow embroidery, here are some points to be clear with:

Eyebrow embroidery unlike eyebrow tattoos is semi-permanent and can last up to two years. By adding coloured pigment to the skin, this technique fills in empty spots on your brows to give them a full and flawless look. With a feathering technique, this procedure can produce a natural look since it uses pigments perfectly matched to your actual eyebrow colour.

What this means is that – eyebrow embroidery makes use of your existing eyebrows. Typically, the beautician uses the stroking techniques using a machine to draw hair-like strokes to mimic your natural brow shape. This is known as the traditional 3D eyebrow embroidery where it produces darker and bolder strokes.

But what if you wanted to have more natural-looking eyebrows that are my brows but better?

7D eyebrow embroidery is the newest procedure in town, that uses blades instead of the machine during application. The result comes out more natural and more similar to actual hair. This is suitable for those who prefer have lighter and finer-looking eyebrows.

On the contrary, 3D eyebrow embroidery is a traditional procedure that uses the stroking technique using a machine. This procedure is suitable for those who prefer to have a fuller-looking eyebrow as the results produce darker and bolder strokes.

To achieve that Korean or Japanese soft natural brow look, definitely opt for 7D eyebrow embroidery!

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7D and 3D eyebrow embroidery procedures are almost the same, with differences in the type of equipment used and techniques engaged.

Firstly, the beautician will draw on your brows with a brow pencil to sketch out your desired eyebrow shape.

When you have decided on your brow shape, numbing cream is applied and allowed to set for 15-30 minutes.

From here on, the procedure begins. The beautician will use blades that are dipped with eyebrow colour mix and carefully stroke over your eyebrows.

After 20-30 minutes, your eyebrows would be done and after care cream is applied.

 

Results are stunning – eyebrows are drawn with ample amount of ink, not too much nor too little, and the shape is just right. 2 weeks later you will have natural looking brows! Save the hassle of filling them up, no more light and sparse brows and uneven shapes!

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I’m not sure about you, but this eyebrow embroidery is ticking off all my requirements of how a pair of good-looking brows should look like!

Where can I get this done?

Highbrow now provides 7D eyebrow embroidery at just $500 (U.P $1388) at 3 branches:



Highbrow @ Capitol Piazza

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Highbrow @ Star Vista

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Highbrow @ Parkway Parade

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How much does it cost?

This one of a kind 7D eyebrow embroidery service at a special promotional price at $500 (usual $1388) till 31st Oct 2017!

How long does it take?

90 minutes per session.

Does it hurt?

Most customer feedback says that it is not painful!

Do I need to go back for touchups?

Touchup within 6 months is recommended after the first session.

How long does it last?

Longevity can be increased to one and half a year or even two years if you go for touchups.


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