A step-by-step instruction of eyebrow hacure is as follows:
1- Eyebrow disinfection
2- Numbing material application
3- Designing the brow according to the client’s taste
4- Choosing the appropriate colour for the skin
5- Applying the hacure
6- Final check of the treatment result
Hello everyone, today I'm gonna work on a brow which is sparse on the crown. It's also a bit thin on the top and there's a small split on the back part which is so common on women's brows. and needs a little work on the bottom. since her eyebrows are too thin, we shouldn't put too thick hacure on it, we better put hair strokes similar to the natural brows. keep the hacure strokes well apart, unless the client wishes to put a shadow between the hair strokes. we've already made the brows sterile and applied the numbing material. and now is prepared to receive designing. before beginning the design, we ask the client if she's willing to have a natural looking hacure according to the brows initial shape. I mean we just need to put the borders and apply the hair-like strokes to make the brows look fuller. a fully natural looking design. This is a quite soft skin and there's no wrinkle around the brows.
And the eyebrow hair is fairly open. the best choice is try not to get so far from the initial shape of the brows. as I said the best thing to do for every type of brow, is try not to make it too different from the initial natural shape. and put the hachure along with the brow hair as much as possible. and make the designs on the 2 brows simultaneously. you can finish one's hacuring then begin hacuring the other one. but you must make the designs (borders) at the same time. because the hachure makes the brow slightly swollen so you might get confused when designing the other one. I chose a slope cartridge in proportion to the type of hair she has. and we picked her desired colour and we begin the treatment now. We should be very careful with picking the right colour to apply, cause the skin colour is highly effective in the final colour the hacure will have. otherwise, it's likely to turn into grey colour on the areas you insert the pigments.
Therefore, you must be so much careful to know that those with dark grey skin already have this pigment in those areas. and generally don't use cold tone colours for such cases. and always inform the client's about the factors that cause the colour to be faded, so they take good care of the treatment. even if they have those factors on their skin, advise them to refer to us more often to maintain the colour's intensity. they can come in for a correcting session. One of the issues the learners should be careful about is the proper movement of the cartridge on the skin. For instance, swift movements won't make durable strokes. on the other hand, irregular movements with pauses and deep position of the needle on the skin may also discolour the treatment. I hope you've found this tutorial informative.