Help For The Brows & Boobies : {EES Essential Eyebrow Solution®}

I hate to admit it, but I used to shave my eyebrows in the late 90’s and early 2000’s.  BEFORE YOU JUDGE ME, remember that thin eyebrows were in!…in I tell you!  (90’s Pamela Anderson gets it).

Anyway, because of this “brilliant” idea, I have always had a love/hate relationship with my eyebrows.  I spent years growing them back, only to find that they never came back as thick as they used to be.  I am sure you have often heard from people that they used to overpluck and now their eyebrows don’t grow back….well I am one of those people.  Don’t get me wrong, I love my eyebrows now, but I have had to work really hard at them, and I still long for them to be fuller.

Fast-Forward from the 90’s to today and it’s all about the full, natural eyebrows!  Eyebrow powders, gels, and pencils are everywhere…we all want those perfect, bold, Kardashian “brows on fleek.”  You may remember that a while back I had a post called “Birthday & Brows”  where I discussed my longing for perfect brows, and how in my pursuit of said perfect brows…my eyebrows were botched and I spent months trying to bring them back to life!

Well I am excited to share with you all a new product that I just discovered and am about to start trying to help my brows! EES Essential Eyebrow Solution®  helps to nourish and revitalize eyebrow hair and has been shown to support eyebrow fullness and suppleness. It is also the first clinically tested eyebrow solution in the beauty consumer market!  It was actually originally formulated for chemotherapy patients, to help prevent the loss of eyebrow hair during treatment.  Thats so cool right?!

So, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, EES® is proud to offer 20% off your first purchase of EES®.  Use Promo Code EES20SOCIAL.  Plus, they’ll donate 10% of all proceeds in October to @Lookgoodfeelbetter So grab yourself a bottle  (Here) and try it with me!  We can help our brows and at the same time, help the boobies by thinking pink and helping fund breast cancer research!  

Now for my Before Photos (I can’t wait to show you my After Photos in a few months):

You can see here that the end of my left eyebrow is thin and just almost cuts short.  I have tried to grow out the hairs but I have to fill it in a lot with pencil & powder.  My right eyebrow does continue more than the left, but it is patchier/thinner and the arch at the top is not as defined.  I end up penciling these areas in to match my other brow.   Each bottle comes with instructions and some cotton swabs for easy application.   Check back in with me in a few months for my “after” photos!

 

Birthdays & Brows : {Perfect Brows Aren’t All They Are Cracked Up To Be}

Do you ever go down the rabbit trail on Instagram?  You know, go to the discover section, search a hashtag, stalk celebrities, or lookup friends your friends have tagged?  Well I do all the time…usually at night when I am laying in bed.

A rabbit trail I became obsessed with a while back was looking at professional brow artists and how they transformed eyebrows.  Having a strong brow game has become all the rage and I was in need of some serious help. I made the mistake of over-plucking and my brows got too thin.  So I began growing them out and decided to go to one of the popular brow places in LA as a birthday treat.  Luckily, my amazing friend Claire decided to treat me for my birthday and we headed to Venice Beach for a girls day and brow upgrade!

Unfortunately, my dreams of being one of those Instagram girls with the picture perfect brows wasn’t exactly what I ended up with.  Why am I not surprised?  No matter how hard I have tried at times, perfection just isn’t for me!  Check out the pics and read below for what the end result was 😐

Here are my brows before I got them done:
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And after…..IMG_5184IMG_5183IMG_5182Sure the brow shape is more precise, but it felt so fake.  Most of the “perfect shape” they achieved was from filling it in with a brow pencil and powder.  I don’t mind filling my brows in a little, but I don’t like the idea of totally drawing them on…and this is how I felt after.  I def had a chola look going on haha.  What they do is brush all your eyebrow hairs up, then cut them short, and fill in the gaps with pencils and powder.  The hope is that your eyebrows eventually fill in the gaps in the direction they brushed.  My brows took months to recover and I went back to shaping them myself!