Beautiful Grey/Silver Brows
Being a few years older doesn’t mean that anyone with Grey/Silver hair wants to give up on beautiful, well defined, natural looking, perfect eyebrows.
I am constantly researching the latest Permanent/Semi Permanent Makeup techniques for brows and here is my advice on how to achieve the most beautiful brows for the more distinguished client:
Your brows are an integral feature of your face, but as time passes your eyebrows can start to sag as skin loses elasticity and collagen. A correctly positioned and defined brow can be like having a mini facelift creating a more youthful look. So it is important that brows are perfectly shaped and well groomed at all times.
Your brows can lift your face and make your eye colour “pop” achieving a more youthful appearance – and who doesn’t want that???
Any imperfections are more difficult to see on grey/silver brows, however these are also most often the most prone to being over plucked and sparse.
Permanent Makeup can be the answer to all these issues and give you the brows of your dreams. It’s never too late!!
It is extremely important that your brows reflect the correct colour balance to match your skin tone and hair colour creating a truly natural looking brow.
As the years pass it may be less appropriate to wear brows as we used to when younger and a definite approach of “less is more” is recommended. As our hair lightens so should our brows, blending in effortlessly with our natural features – we should be aiming for Dame Helen Mirren or Dame Judy Dench understated natural brows, which can be achieved with Permanent Makeup.
It is extremely difficult to get a perfect match with ordinary cosmetic brow makeup – the colours become much more limited for the silver/grey market and it can seem like an impossible task every morning to have the time or inclination to achieve perfect brows that you are happy with unless you are a highly trained makeup artist.
There is nothing worse than spending time trying to perfect your brows only to end up looking like you have the “scouse brow” effect – especially not in our more elegant later years.