Caught in a Bad Browmance? Thank God there’s Browhaus!

I’ve honestly never stepped in Browhaus before. For one, I don’t have enough brows to pluck or groom. Sadly, I belong to the minority unfortunates who’s got short sparse brows.

Back when I didn’t give importance to my brows, I didn’t really care even if it was tail-less. I only appreciated having nice, normal shaped brows when I started studying makeup. I remember how my teacher taught me how to draw my brows and the “science behind it.” Since then, I have been drawing my brows every single day just to look like a normal homo sapiens.

You see, I have a special dilemma with my eyebrows. Thanks to my Asian genes, get beet red whenever I drink alcohol–even the slightest bit of it! What’s worse is my face gets so red that it washes out my thin brows in photos. It’s freaky, I know.  So when I was given a chance to try out Browhaus’ Brow Resurrection, I didn’t even blink an eye and said I’m in!

Browhaus offers the latest technology in providing the natural semi-permanent 3D lifelike brows. Browhaus constructs your ideal brow from root to tip. It uses vegetable pigment so it’s safe and the procedure can last anywhere from 15 months to 2 years. But for optimum results, you can go back every 6 months for Tune-Up.

What is Brow Resurrection?
Brow Resurrection is our signature semi-permanent treatment, an advanced brow embroidery technique that is unique to Browhaus. It boasts a more detailed and natural stroke perfected by our dedicated Research and Development team, with a finer finish than normal brow embroidery.

Here’s my untouched and natural brow on the right and the suggested brow on the left, as temporarily created by my Brow Architect.

I found the first brow suggestion a little too arched, which makes me feel I look so mataray. So I suggested my Brow Architect to tone it down a little and make it look “friendlier.” As soon as I am satisfied with the brow design, my Brow Architect started applying the numbing cream and went on with the procedure.

It was painless, really. I even dozed off for a bit. You might hear minute whiplike scratching sounds, but keep in mind that’s just part of the process in creating your 3D hair-like brows so don’t freak out.

And here’s the finished look!

See how my new eyebrows resemble perfect hair-like strands? The procedure lasted only for 90 minutes. There’s no downtime either. You can get on with your day after having your Brow Resurrection done.

Thanks to my Brow Architect Issa for creating my oh-so-wow brows and for teaching me the after-care using Build & Fix–which you can also get from any Browhaus stores.

So here’s Marj and I posing for our Before and After shots. Say hello to our natural-looking perfect-shaped brows, thanks to Browhaus’ Brow Resurrection!

And here are some of the bloggers who witnessed my Brow Resurrection (hey, girls!) 🙂

Thank you so much Browhaus team (Hi Tab and Monique!) for having me experience Brow Resurrection. It’s like my super early birthday gift! Love you guys to bits. xx

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PS, you may read on my 7-Day Post Brow Resurrection experience here or my Tune Up experience here.


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7 thoughts on “Caught in a Bad Browmance? Thank God there’s Browhaus!

  1. Eloisa says:

    Hi, it’s nice to finally meet you in person! By the way, can i grabbed some of your photos here for my blog posts? wasn’t able to take decent pictures of the before and after kasi medyo crowded. Don’t worry, credit of the photos will be given to your blog. I will also include linkback. Thanks!

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