Eyebrow Extensions

When I was in college I had a roommate that would draw her eyebrows. She had very little eyebrow hair, so she would have to draw them in so they could stand out. It was a tedious process because if you’re running in a hurry you don’t want to end up with crooked or mismatched eyebrows. But things have changed since then and now you can get eyebrow extensions!

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We’ve all seen those Photoshopped photos of celebrities with no eyebrows. Many of us take OUR eyebrows for granted, but when we pluck, wax, or thread them, it makes a world of a difference. Many people are crazy about Cara Delevingne’s thick eyebrows and now you can make it a reality.


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How Does It Work?

Eyebrow extensions is a work of art. By using semi-permanent adhesive and human hair, the brow hair is extended and attached to the skin or the eyebrow hair you already have. One by one it is applied to the brow area. The hair-to-skin technique can last 7-10 days and the hair-to-hair technique could last up to a month. The eyebrow extensions can cost from $45 to over $100 depending how much eyebrow hair is applied. The procedure is painless unlike waxing and eyebrow threading where you’re actually pulling out hairs.

The eyebrow extensions are very low maintenance. Since you have semi-permanent glue, like the one they use in hospitals, you should avoid getting your eyebrows wet for 24 hours. Also, avoid hot showers, oily products, and brushing them. This is definitely a great option, especially for those women who have been suffering from lack of or very light eyebrows for many years.


Many women that have been diagnosed with cancer and other diseases where their hair begins to fall are big fans of eyebrow extensions. Before eyebrow extensions they had to live with no eyebrows, which is a constant reminder of their disease. Especially for women, looking beautiful can be a mood changer and this certainly helps with the process.

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