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I’m going to cut to the chase and just say it… the brow trend is going nowhere fast, and I don’t hate it. A recent convert to ‘browsing’ I had never had my eyebrows tinted, although I am a long-time lover of threading. By way of introduction I was lucky enough to be invited to try the signature Browhaus Browgraphy shape and tint.
“Inspired by Bauhaus, the German art movement, Browhaus is your one-stop brow and lash grooming salon, built for the image-conscious urbanite who demands not just function, but function and style. Expect the highest technical proficiency but with a stunning and fashionable end result”
They have three salons in London: Covent Garden, Holborn and Chelsea. Each location has a unique vibe, the Chelsea salon having a Western Saloon style (which helped indulge my separation issues after Westworld finished). To get to the salon (which is upstairs) you walk through their coffee shop, which to me is complete genius. Threading and coffee, I was sold. The whole atmosphere and décor was wonderful and the staff could not have been nicer.
Browhaus Browgraphy Treatment
I was offered the signature Browhaus Browgraphy shape and tint. The technician (who I can only describe as an artist) really took time to ask questions and give me a consultation about my brow shape and colour.
I could not be happier with the results; the shape was perfect – the best I have yet had. One of the reasons I had shied away from tinting before was I was a little nervous I would end up with orange brows, but she added some black to make sure the result was ashy. The tint is 100% vegetable based, but it is always advised to get a patch test done beforehand. As a tinting noob, I was a little taken aback by how dark they were (the photo isn’t quite showing how dark they were initially). However, the technician had advised it would fade quite dramatically within 24 hours.
Now after two weeks I can say that the colour has faded but the result is a lot more subtle. The results can last up to two months (but this depends on how porous the hair is).
The Browgraphy treatment I had was £20 and in my opinion worth every penny.
I urge you to go check them out at to see what they have on offer; take your girlfriends and make an afternoon of it http://www.browhaus.com/uk/
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