3 tips on how not to spend on maintenance, from the pros
For those with thin, sparse brows, eyebrow tinting can make a difference: “It maximizes your brow potential by making every hair count,” says brow expert Joey Geely of the service. This means that those blonde baby hairs above your eyebrows that you didn’t even know you had are finally showing up at the party, making your arches even fuller and fluffier.
It’s a semi-permanent procedure, meaning you won’t have to spend a lot of time in front of the mirror with an eyebrow pencil in hand (talk about a low-maintenance daily routine!), but you won’t feel the pressure of a pigmented tattoo.
I personally swear by tinting my brows every four to six weeks (which are expertly tinted by Healy himself) and it really changes the shape of my brows. When those blonde tresses come to life, my face frames look five times fuller—without even a speck of brow powder. Just swipe on the brow gel and you’re good to go.