Social media is today awash with ladies wearing very bold and perfect brows. The daunting question is whether anyone ever has enough time to craft their eyebrows in that manner on a daily basis.
In feathering, a pigment is ostensibly deposited into the eyebrow’s epidermis. First, the area has to be numbed. If this is not done, then it can be an excruciating process. This is because the process entails incising the skin with accurate blades. Pigments are deposited into the created incisions. The result is a thick and bold brow. Since this is not a 3D procedure, it is not meant to create a new eyebrow. It helps in refining and defining an existing eyebrow.
Feathering eyebrows also have a long-lasting lifespan. It can last for a period of between eight months and twelve months. The lifespan is dependent on the type of skin. Another factor is the lifestyle of the person receiving this cosmetic procedure. After some time, there will need to be refreshed. Quality pigments have to be used in this makeup. With time, the strokes will start fading away.
Although the pain associated with the process is eradicated through numbing, you can expect a number of effects. These include swelling and bruising. Redness and itching can also result from feathering as a procedure. For a period of six to eight weeks, clients are advised not to remove hair from the brow area. Avoid procedures such as waxing and tweezing. You should also avoid waxing and threading.