Bionic Asks: How do you do your eyebrows?

by Bionic Beauty on 25.Mar.2009 · 5 comments

This week’s Bionic Asks is all about those frames for our face- Eyebrows!

How do you maintain your eyebrows? Tweeze, thread, wax, trim. At home or in a salon? Do you shade them, fill them in?

I take care of mine at home. I tweeze on a weekly basis and give a quick tiny trim to any super long hairs about once a month. Since my brows are pretty dark, I tend to not fill them with any color, but I do use a brow wax, clear mascara or lip balm to keep them tame and in place.

Your turn!


1 Melissa Street March 25, 2009 at 9:50 am

I wax once a month to maintain shape at a spa, tweeze or razor (with Eve Pearl’s razor) at home in between waxing and I fill in with either Eve Pearl’s brow colors, Tricia Sawyer’s Essential Palette or Tarte’s eyebrow pencil.

2 Leann March 25, 2009 at 10:54 am

I have really thick eyebrows and I dont do much to them. I’m lucky b/c they have a natural shape. I just trim them and fill in the top a little.

3 Lisa M. Rodgers March 25, 2009 at 11:37 am

Hey Jami!!

I ‘try’ to have mine snatched out every 2 weeks. I probably shouldn’t use the word snatch b/c the gal that does them is very gentle. However, if I go longer than 2 wks, it feels as though they’ve been snatched. Ugh….I’m rambling….


4 hazel March 26, 2009 at 12:55 am

I tweeze when ever I see a stray hair, it keeps them looking nice all the time and it means that I don’t loose the shape and have to shape them all over again. I also fill them in with a little brow powder, I have THICK brows naturally so I don’t need much powder, I just fill in any gapy bits.

5 Kathleen March 26, 2009 at 4:29 pm

I have mine threaded. I have tried to pluck at home, but I end up really messing up the shape.. so I just pluck the strays and let the hairs near the browline grow in, then go back for a threading. My brows are black, so I don’t fill them, but my right inner brow is pretty sparse, so I am wondering if I should!

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