I have been going to the same eyebrow lady (with a couple of changes here and there in case of emergency) for over two years now and I think she forgot who I was in our last appointment when she decided to give my whole face a little change by removing my arch and completely restyling my brows. As if I don’t frown enough, this switch up automatically made my face look moodier than it already does and I could do nothing about it. So a few months ago I headed to Blink Brow Bar for the first time to get my eyebrows tinted and threaded in hope of solving my problems. I was told there was no quick fix (I knew this but a girl’s gotta ask for one right?!) so they had to be rescued over a few appointments. Last week I went back for my second appointment and things are looking great already. The above pics show my eyebrows in their current state, freshly shaped and tinted with the tiniest stroke of brow pencil at the end of each brow. There are still some gaps to fill but I think by Christmas we’ll be looking good and I can go into the new year starting as I mean to go on.
My first appointment was complimentary, thank you Blink Brow Bar, whereas last week’s appointment I paid for myself. Blink is a lot more expensive than what I’m used to, at £21 for a tidy up and £36 for a shape and tint, but in the long run, it’s so worth it as you know you’re going to leave with a smile. Not only are the brow technicians fantastic, but you get a complimentary neck and head massage at the end of your treatment which is an absolute winner for me.
My first appointment was at the Blink Brow Bar in Selfridges and my second was at the Topshop Oxford Circus location. Both experiences were pretty much identical and I would highly recommend both. I now have the task of growing my brows before my next appointment and was recommended to use the Blink Brow Bar Nourishing Brow Oil, I’ll let you know how I get on!