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Creative eyebrow Or eyebrow embroidery.

Postby brownpiggies » Tue, 04 Jul 2006 1:32 pm

[b][b]Hey all :D ,

I'm thinking of doing either creative eyebrow or eyebrow embroidery, i wonder which suits me best, cause i got faint and short brows, & i'm not good in drawing brows neither. I heard that creative eyebrow looks much more natural, but is it worth the price, cause for what i know creative eyebrow is much more expensive then eyebrow embroidery. Hmm, and anybody idea how long does the both last ? is it true how long it last depends on your skin condition, like it doesn't last on oily skins ? I'm know absoublutely nothing when it comes to this both, which place do you all reconmmend, like which place has reasonable price and does it well that leaves you with satisfication most ?
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Postby leenaaaa » Tue, 04 Jul 2006 2:21 pm

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Postby brownpiggies » Tue, 04 Jul 2006 4:50 pm

Eh, from what i heard, they say creative eyebrow is new, the only thing it's similar with eyebrow embroidery is beacause is temporary colouring of the brows, but the difference it is, it's more natural because it's done like real hair strands something like that //////.

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Postby brownpiggies » Tue, 04 Jul 2006 4:52 pm

leenaaaa wrote:I have never heard of creative embroidery. Is this something new? All I know is that Browhaus offers something allegedly better than eyebrow embrodery because it is finer or something. But it's really pricey!


u went browhaus to do it before ?

that time i called they say it's around $800+.

The procedure about 3 hours.

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Postby leenaaaa » Tue, 04 Jul 2006 6:02 pm

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Postby brownpiggies » Tue, 04 Jul 2006 10:42 pm

i know there's a salon that does it quite well , erm i mean the creative eyebrow , it's called salon#1 or something, i forgot the name, and i pass by a beautician today, to get eyebrow embroidery done there it's $150, but to get creative eyebrow done there it's about $600+.

anyway you done eyebrow embroidery before?

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Postby leenaaaa » Sat, 08 Jul 2006 7:45 am

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Creative and embroidery

Postby tinyfingers » Sat, 08 Jul 2006 10:36 pm

Hi,

I have personally done eyebrow embroidery about half a year ago and am personally very happy with it. The result was very natural except for the first week where it's very dark, looks like as if my eyes has been drawn, followed by peeling till it becomes natural. It has since became very convenient for me to shape my eyebrows as well that i need is to trim it according to the shape of the embroidery. Even when looked at upclose, pple cant really tell that it's been done before! However, must have someone experienced to do the embroidery, to make sure the shape drawn is balanced and suitable for you unless you request for a particular shape. costs abt $250 when i did it.

I've enquired abt creative eyebrows and there's one salon called Allure at tiong bahru plaza that does it. it's supposed to be even more real then embroidery and each and every strand of the brow is drawn. however it is very expensive, costs abt $800 the last time i asked.

hope it's useful. :D

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Re: Creative and embroidery

Postby Airlynn » Wed, 26 Jul 2006 5:54 pm

tinyfingers wrote:Hi,

I have personally done eyebrow embroidery about half a year ago and am personally very happy with it. The result was very natural except for the first week where it's very dark, looks like as if my eyes has been drawn, followed by peeling till it becomes natural. It has since became very convenient for me to shape my eyebrows as well that i need is to trim it according to the shape of the embroidery. Even when looked at upclose, pple cant really tell that it's been done before! However, must have someone experienced to do the embroidery, to make sure the shape drawn is balanced and suitable for you unless you request for a particular shape. costs abt $250 when i did it.

I've enquired abt creative eyebrows and there's one salon called Allure at tiong bahru plaza that does it. it's supposed to be even more real then embroidery and each and every strand of the brow is drawn. however it is very expensive, costs abt $800 the last time i asked.

hope it's useful. :D




Hi tiny..
wher did u get ur brows done? Im thinkin of doing mine too.. but so many salon dwn town is doing tis embroidery, wonder which shop is good and cheap ne.. :oops:

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Postby Hizou » Thu, 27 Jul 2006 4:59 pm

Any pictures to illustrate the difference? :?
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Postby Miss Swan » Fri, 28 Jul 2006 11:08 am

Yes I agree with all that tinyfingers said. I had the same experience right down to a T.

Unfortunately I have very shiny skin and yes Brownpiggies, when u have shiny skin the colouring doesn't stay long. For normal skin it goes all the way from 2-5 years, depending on how fast your skin sheds its cells and whether you do a lot of facial scrubs which will fade the colour faster.

I've done the embroidery twice already and the color has almost disappeared, leaving me with faint reddish brown coloring which I have to touch up with brow pencil everyday.

Well i'm used to it already lol.

I suggest you go to Allure where they can give you a much better explanation of the 2 processes. I don't think they're very pushy, but if they are, just say you'll think about it. No worries about being pressued to buy their services ok?

If you want a good brow therapist I do recommend Allure because I think they really know their work well. And I also highly recommend bringing a friend with you who knows a lot about good eyebrow shapes.

Because the first time I did mine, I was young and naive and raw in the field of beauty. A lady who does home visits (meaning she goes to ur house to do) did it for me, and the result was bad. Unequal shape and too arched. I looked awful.

Thankfully the tattoo's faded a lot now, and I'm just getting through my days drawing using a pencil.

So, do pop a visit to Allure's and find out from the experts themselves :)
It's very very easy to find. Go to Tiong Bahru Station, it's on the 2nd/3rd floor of the building right opposite Tiong Bahru Plaza. The building has a coffee shop on the 1st floor. Very hard to miss. And it's smack right outside the MRT exit.

Alternatively, if you're coming out from the train, just turn right. (Left will lead you to TBP).


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