During the service, a staff member works with the client to first analyze the facial structure and determine a brow shape and color. Once the perfect brow is agreed upon, the technician draws on the shape, numbs the skin with a cream, and then etches on lifelike "hairs" using 100 percent vegetable dye. It's a steep price at $925, but the veggie brows are meant to last for two years, providing a less permanent (and less painful) alternative tattooing. If money was no object, would you try the Brow Resurrection?
Big, full brows are in, and at SoHo's Browhaus, you can get the look in just 90 minutes, but in a more unconventional kind of way.
Big, full brows are in, and at SoHo's Browhaus, you can get the look in just 90 minutes, but in a more unconventional kind of way. As part of the salon's signature Brow Resurrection service, highly trained technicians use special tools to scratch natural-looking strands onto the skin's surface. It all sounds rather painful, but the company promises the ouch factor is quite minimal.