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For the Perfect Eyebrow Shape
Sarita's Threading is the best eyebrow threading beauty salon in Brookfield area for eyebrow shaping and microblading.
Sarita, The owner of this threading salon is experienced technician performs a personalized threading treatment, adjusting eyebrows to complement each customer’s appearance, waxing, microblading, facial services. Sarita is certified and licensed esthetician & microblading artist in Wisconsin and has over 10 years of experience in eyebrow threading and facial hair removal. Sarita understands the shape of your face and your brow which results in a very perfect and even shaped eyebrows. Quality and customer satisfaction are of key importance at Sarita's Threading. Sarita, is passionate about making her patrons both feel and look their best. Choose a treatment and relax while the skilled specialist is taking care of the rest.
Three Things Sarita Knows Best
There’s an art to creating flattering eyebrows. Here are some of the guidelines Sarita follows to get brows looking full and natural.
1. The eyebrow shape should follow the natural brow line. Be it straight, curved, or arched, your original brow shape will be the one that works best with your facial structure and any accessories you came packaged with. Of course, that doesn’t mean all hairs are where you want them. Sarita will often begin by getting rid of any hairs that fall below that line before they continue shaping.
2. Brows’ starting and ending points are set in bone. The inner edge of your eyebrows should start where the outside of your nose meets the brow bone. Plucking too far in makes brows appear too short, a common at-home mistake that can take weeks to remedy. To get a preview of where your brows should end, place the tip of a pencil at the outside of your nostril and angle it so that it touches the outer corner of the eye. Where the pencil touches the brow bone is where the outer brow edge should stop.
3. Sarita will look you straight in the eye. That’s in order to pinpoint the outer edge of your eye’s iris. The highest part of the arch should hit right above it, and everything beyond that point begins to taper off.