My eyebrows are far from perfect. It’s almost next to invisible, and it has become something I’ve gotten used to. Putting on too much brow powder makes me feel like I’m not myself when I check my face in the mirror.
But then, a good discount came by Deal Grocer. It is my second group buying purchase, the first one was a really good offer at Bubble Tea (in another site). I have heard so many things about Browhaus. One of my bosses even had her brows done there, and it’s like she’s had those brows since forever.
I bought a coupon and waited for a couple of weeks to have my eyebrows done. Why? I was no longer sure whether my current eyebrow shape is the right one for my face, so I had to grow it out to have them reshaped properly at Browhaus. Good thing for bangs, the stray, unruly hair was hardly noticeable.
Everything went by so fast (and that explains why I don’t have photos). Counter for the details, submarine-like room, short chit-chat with my attendant, threading. My attendant explained that their thread is made out of 100% cotton which results to less pain in threading. This was my second threading experience and I have to say that the thread really does wonders.
Even after the actual threading, my attendant plucked stray hairs and even trimmed some of my brows—yes, they were that meticulous to achieve that set of perfect eyebrows.
Currently, they have two branches in the metro: one in Serendra and the branch I visited, Greenbelt 5. It’s worth a visit specially if you think your eyebrows need some “stylin'”. They also offer tinting (told you it’s really hairstyling) and they even have this service called Brow Resurrection. According to their website, the will reconstruct your brows from root to tip, and the results are semi-permanent. This, however, is on the expensive side, much like your payment for car insurance companies, maybe?
As for my brows, I am not complaining. It’s pretty much a good deal. Just hope I could maintain the shape so I don’t have to spend so much for my almost-non-existent brows.
Photo credit: Browhaus Manila on Facebook