Brows are truly the pillars of the face. And regardless of how you shape and take care of your arches, there’s a good chance you’ve heard about microblading.
This semi-permanent tattoo technique creates the illusion of fuller brows with hair-like strokes that mimic your natural hair growth. These days, however, the buzz has been around another kind of brow embroidery: Brow Resurrection.
More specifically, we’re talking about Browhaus Brow Resurrection, which delivers better, more natural-looking results next to regular microblading. So how exactly does it achieve that and what are the main differences?
Read on, because we’ll give you the 411 on Browhaus Brow Resurrection.
What’s the difference between Brow Resurrection and traditional microblading?
For starters, Browhaus Brow Resurrection is still a form of semi-permanent eyebrow embroidery, except it uses an advanced embroidery technique that’s unique to the brand, which truly makes all the difference when it comes to the results.
Developed and perfected by Browhaus’ dedicated research and development team, their technique produces realistic, natural-looking hair strands with a finer finish – unlike other semi-permanent brow treatments that weave in parallel hair strands, resulting in an uncanny appearance.
Technique aside, Browhaus Brow Resurrection also uses top-grade anaesthetics, so you can lie back, relax, and enjoy a painless, comfortable treatment.
Why Browhaus Brow Resurrection remains a top choice for many, including celebrities and influencers
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With excellent technique and exceptional service come a loyal following of clients, and unsurprisingly, Browhaus counts several celebrities and influencers as faithful customers.
This includes the likes of musician Sandra Riley Tang, creative director Nellie Lim, writer Celine Tan, and content creator Chow Jia Hui, proving that Browhaus Brow Resurrection is a go-to for brows on fleek.
Here’s why the treatment has a leg up on the competition!
1. You’ll walk out with brows that are designed to suit your features
During your consultation, your brow artist will assess your brows before recommending one of four Brow Resurrection looks:
- Classic: Creates realistic, hair-like strokes for a bold, defined look
- Soft: Creates even finer, hair-like strokes for a light, soft look
- Full: Creates light, feathery strokes throughout the brows for a full look
- Ombre: Creates light, feathery strokes for a full look and a gradient base effect
If you have sparse or thin brows, then the Classic, Full, Soft, or Ombre will be perfect for you. Each brow embroidery style is also great for those who wish to fill the gaps in between their brows. Plus, you’ll enjoy fuss-free brow maintenance that won’t take up much time out of your busy schedule.
Before your treatment begins, your brow artist will shape and trim your brows so that she is able to design the best brow shape suited to your facial structure.
One of Daily Vanity‘s team members, Shirlyn, tried Browhaus Brow Resurrection herself and shared her honest opinions. Click here for her full review!
2. Only fine multi-pins and lasting pigments are used
Browhaus uses the finest, sterilised multi-pins to craft intricate brow strands. Each tool is individually sealed and sterilised, and will be disposed of after the treatment. The high-quality pin needles will also ensure the colours do not leave a red base as your embroidery fades.
In addition, they use safe, semi-permanent colours that perfectly complement your hair colour and skin tone to bring out the best of your natural beauty.
The range of new colours Browhaus offers has also been improved to last much longer and suit all skin tones, particularly Asian skin tones.
Made in the USA, these long-lasting colours contain hamamelis (a.k.a. witch-hazels), which moisturises the skin and helps speed up recovery.
3. Brow therapists who continuously upgrade their skills
With 18 years of industry experience under its belt, Browhaus has established itself as a go-to for all things brows.
Each brow therapist has undergone training under strict guidelines and is required to go through a stringent evaluation, even after their training.
Dedicated to upgrading the skills of their therapists, Browhaus has established its very Browhaus Training School, which is facilitated by in-house as well as international experts.
Even when they’re at the top of their game, the team behind Browhaus continues to research new techniques to improve and maintain top-notch treatments and high standards, so you know you can trust your brows with Browhaus Brow Resurrection.
4. Receive an aftercare kit that keeps your brows fresh as they heal
After your Browhaus Brow Resurrection session, you’ll be given a Semi Permanent Makeup After-care System that cares for your brows as they heal.
The camera-shaped box houses the Build serum (10ml), which contains moisture-preserving genes to repair and regenerate new skills cells that may have been damaged or weakened during the brow embroidery process.
It also contains Fix, an anti-scarring balm packed with vitamin A, vitamin D, and lanolin to speed up wound healing. You can apply this twice a day or whenever you need a little extra.
What’s the process of Browhaus Brow Resurrection like?
- One-to-one consultation: Since everyone’s brow bones differ, your brow therapist will begin by drafting the best shape and type of Brow Resurrection to suit your facial structure and features.
- Brow design: The brow therapist will tweak the design and shape of your brows until you’re satisfied with the design.
- Sanitise tools: Before your brow embroidery treatment, your therapist will clean all tools with a hospital-grade sanitiser.
- Numbing cream: A layer of aesthetic-grade numbing cream will be applied on your brows and left on for approximately 15 to 20 minutes. To minimise any discomfort, the therapist may apply another layer of numbing cream during the brow embroidery process.
- Brow embroidery: Once the numbing effect kicks in, the brow specialist will proceed to perform the treatment. She will check in periodically to make sure you aren’t experiencing any discomfort.
- Aftercare: Once the embroidery is completed, your brow therapist will take you through the aftercare kit and show you how and when to use the products. Your therapist will also share what you can expect in the coming days.
For optimal results, here are some things you should do and avoid over the next month after your initial Browhaus Brow Resurrection session:
- Do not let the treated area come into contact with water for seven days.
- Avoid hot showers, swimming, sauna, steam baths, and face steaming for two weeks.
- Avoid applying makeup and skincare products to the treated area for at least two weeks.
- Avoid sunbeds, sun tanning, and sun exposure for three to four weeks.
- Avoid intensive exercise and perspiration.
- Avoid rubbing and touching the treated area.
- Cleanse your face with a special sponge or lint-free cloth, avoiding the treated area. We recommend cleansing with cotton rounds soaked in micellar water.
- Peeling and scabbing are part of the healing process. Do not pick or scratch the treated area as it will affect your final result.
- Go for a Tune Up session between one to three months from your last session for optimal results.
Browhaus Brow Resurrection: Prices and locations
Achieving fuller, natural-looking brows is easy with Browhaus Brow Resurrection. Have a look at the package prices below!
Browhaus Brow Resurrection Packages (Semi-Permanent Eyebrows):
- Classic (with one Tune Up) – S$1,300
- Soft (with two Tune Ups) – S$1,600
- Full (with three Tune Ups) – S$2,000
- Ombre (with two Tune Ups) – S$2,200
*First Tune Up within the package should be done within three months of the first Brow Resurrection treatment.
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