Eyebrow Tweezers and Other Must Have Tools for Artists
Today, we are going to go over a list of products that should be considered necessities for any brow artist. And we will share that list with you. If you really desire perfection in your job, you should follow the list. And you should try to get all the instruments that are taught. My first must-have item for my heart and brow case is a pair of eyebrow tweezers specifically designed for the eyebrows.
This is the product that serves the broadest range of purposes and ought to be kept on your desk:
- Eyebrow Tweezers
- Kit consisting of Shampoo and Eyebrow Coloring
- Pencils for the Eyebrows and Eyebrow Paste
To put it another way, it does an excellent job of preparing the skin for the process of coloring the brows.
On the skin that has been prepped, I can already begin modeling and marking, and at this point in the process, I also have favorites. Before I begin coloring, I use a pencil called Eyebrow-Tweezers to draw the eyebrows in the shape that I want them to be. These gorgeous tweezers have been by my side since I first started plucking eyebrow hairs.
The texture of medium hardness enables you to draw the cleanest and most graphic line; the four completely distinct shades will assist you in modeling for any client, regardless of whether they are Madonna or Beyoncé.
I utilize a ruler that has a convenient markup whenever the client’s eyebrows are not symmetrical and I need to draw a mathematical formula on the face in order to achieve a satisfactory outcome. By the way, you should use an eyebrow paste from CC Brow if you are unsure about the quality of the lines. Having a precise outline will help the outcome appear neater and more graphic.
After you are finished with the modifications, you may begin the dying process. You could spend an infinite amount of time discussing color or henna. I believe that we will be delving deeper into this subject during our upcoming lengthy reading.
Use of Color Fix
Here’s another helpful tip from me. I recommend to make use of Color Fix so that the color can become more stable in a shorter amount of time. If you use it to remove the tint after the allotted time has passed, rather than water, you will be able to see the end result. Not after two hours but rather after twenty minutes. I use tweezers to fix eyebrows, and while I like using brow henna for myself. I recommend that you test it first. It doesn’t matter what kind of tweezers you have; first and foremost, the instrument needs to fit your hand well.
I use a thread specifically designed for threading by Vanity to eliminate the evil fluff. The end result will be as clean as it is possible to get. And when the customer sees the thread, she will think of you as an eyebrow master. I always make sure to beautify the area around the eyebrows after the process has been completed. For the customer, to walk away from me not as if they had been subjected to agony, but as if they had been to a spa.
- The use of eyebrow correctors makes it simple to conceal redness on the skin:
- A diverse palette of hues will make it possible to create a natural look for each customer.
- A mask effect will not be produced by a texture that is soft.
And this brings us to the end. I use brow fixer, and even with keratin. It can style the hairs so that they point in the appropriate direction like the wave of a magic wand. And if the customer wants sable eyebrows, I use soap since it firmly attaches the hairs along a specific trajectory. Those eyebrows look great on Instagram.
Working with these instruments not only makes your job simpler and more fun but also ensures a successful outcome every time.
Have you taken note? Alright, put it to the test:)