Eyebrows frame the face. When eyebrows are designed correctly they can lift the eye entire area and give a more youthful appearance. Having thin, uneven, or patchy eyebrows, can be a constant challenge and can have a profound effect on your confidence.
Do you spend countless hours in front the mirror, feeling insecure, trying to fill them in and fix them?
On a night out are you constantly running to the bathroom to make sure your eyebrows haven’t smudged or out of place?
When on holidays do you avoid swimming or having fun splashing in the sea for fear your eyebrows will wash away?
If you’ve answered YES to any of those questions then you should consider getting Semi Permanent Eyebrows. Clients with sparse eyebrows can have them corrected, and they can be totally reconstructed for those with total hair loss such as Alopecia. This fantastic treatment can be life changing.
Wake up to perfectly shaped, polished brows every morning!
Top Up €150 (within 2 years)
Brow Fusion is a new, revolutionary, professional system, designing the perfect customised set of eyebrows.
SEMI PERMANENT MAKE UP AFTER CARE
Brows are precious! To ensure your ECURI brows are lasting and stay beautiful, proper care and maintenance is required.
- steam face, use steam bath or wash face with hot water for 2 days after your brow treatment
- exfoliate or use AHA, BHA, or Retinol products
- apply anti-ageing Creams on the brow area
- brush brows
- use waterproof mascara or wax pencils on the brows
- go swimming for 2-4 weeks due to the increase risk of bacterial infection
- sweat in the gym
- use UV face panels
- pick scabs if appear
- makeup remover from touching the brows, use a cotton bud around the brows
to remove any other makeup
- sunbeds for 4 weeks +
Leave your brow area alone and let them heal totally for at least 10 days. Do not pick scabs if appear. Applying Vaseline / Petroleum can lead to sweating as the skin is not able to breathe.
Remember, to have any of the above treatments, you have to be over the age of 18 years, not pregnant or breast feeding and to mention any medications you may be prescribed.