3D Eyebrows – Diary of Embrowdery – Lida Hertel

By |February 13th, 2015|Categories: Fashion Makeup|Tags: |2 Comments

Growing up as a teenager in the 90's, Pamela Anderson eyebrows were the business. Overplucked, thin, round and penciled , the more alike the better. No wonder years later I was left with sparse eyebrows that never recovered.When Stella arrived my life changed upside down, as any mum would agree. Saving some time in doing my makeup all of sudden became the best idea ever and I took the plunge to get the brows done. Being Makeup artist I have a little eyebrow obsession. I can go out barefaced but I would always fill my eyebrows. After I have done my research, I knew what I wanted and where to get it :). I picked the phone and rang Elaine McParland from Up to my Eyes .It's a saloon based in Greystones where I trained as An extension lash specialist. Elaine was the first person to bring Embrowdery to Ireland. She trained in Asia where this technique is extremely popular. About the 3D Eyebrows: 3D Eyebrowdery also known as an eyebrow stroke or fathering technique. Unlike tatoos, they are semi-permanent and lasts up to 2 years. Little feather strokes are applied with a metal hand tool, that looks like like a blade. The strokes are applied only on the skin surface. The embrowdery eventually fades until it disappears, therefore there is no need to be worried, that your brows will change colour to orange, blue or any other colour over time. Embrowdery is ideal for people with over plucked brows like myself, after chemo, alopecia or if you just want to boost your brow colour or brow shape. After a patch test behind my ear I booked myself for procedure that takes 3 phases to