What are HD Brows?
About a year ago I started noticing HD Brows before and after images in my Instagram feed, the results looked amazing – I had to find out more. HD Brows is a process, which includes tinting, waxing, threading and plucking to re-shape your eyebrows, then uses make-up to fill in any areas to make them more defined. After my first every HD Brows appointment (costing £25), my eyebrows had a much better shape but identified areas that I needed to let grow due to over-plucking, a criminal offence, I know.
After three HD Brow treatments over the course of 4-5 months I finally had re-growth in all the right places, and I can honestly say I love my perfect HD eyebrows. My next challenge was that the make-up the beauty therapist puts on comes off (obviously), but also the tint lasts around a week or two then starts to fade. Since I lack dense, bushy eyebrows, I needed a new way to get my perfectly defined eyebrows back for everyday. Hello HD Brows eye and brow make-up palette.
My palette is the Foxy colour (your HD specialist can recommend one for you as there are three palettes to choose from). Below is my before and after pictures; before you can see my HD brows without the use of the palette, they lack full-colour, and on the right you can see my eyebrows after I’ve used my palette.
HD Brows Before and After using the Make-up Palette Pictures
How to use your HD Brows Eye & Brow Make-up Palette
First I start to fill my eyebrows in using the angled brush (provided with the palette) with a mid-tone brown
I then use the light shade under my eyebrow and on my eyelids to brighten my entire eye area up. There’s also a Vaseline like section on the opposite end of the palette, use this after you’ve put your colour on to keep your eyebrows in perfect shape, and re-position any hairs sitting at the wrong angle.
I hope you like my HD brows! Have you had yours done yet? Steph x