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What Are HD Brows? - High Definition Brows Training Tips for a HD Brow

Updated on June 11, 2013

If you are someone who follows fashion and beauty, you will probably have heard of something called 'HD eyebrows'.

This new craze is sweeping across the entire world and now, celebrities everywhere are influencing members of the public to get HD or high definition eyebrows.

Some celebrities who are sporting this sexy, sultry new look include Megan Fox, Kim Kardashian and Hayden Panettiere.

If you are unsure about what is involved in this technique, it is worth learning about the procedure and the benefits of HD brows.

Megan Fox with her trademark HD eyebrows
Megan Fox with her trademark HD eyebrows

What Are HD Brows?

HD brows are achieved through a high-precision technique that can only be accomplished by beauticians who are experienced in this new craze.

This form of eyebrow shaping focuses on drawing attention to the eyes by sculpting the brows into a rigid, high definition shape.

HD brows will generally work better with people who have darker eyebrows but this procedure can be completed on anyone.

Every single facial feature will stand out when you have high definition eyebrows and not only is this thought of as a beauty technique but also, as a form of art.

Before and after treatment
Before and after treatment

What Are The Steps To Achieving HD Brows?

Trained eyebrow specialists will follow a number of steps in order to achieve the HD brow look. Here they are:

  1. Assessing facial features
  2. Eyebrow tinting
  3. Waxing excess hair
  4. Threading, tweezing and trimming
  5. Upkeep

These are the basic steps to getting HD brows and while you can get this done in a stylist boutique, it is possible to do it yourself, so long as you have the appropriate tools and products.

Light Hair

If the hair on the eyebrows is too light, a shade will be selected based on your facial features. A color that is darker but not too dark will be chosen, so that your facial features are complemented and your HD brows really stand out. Eyebrow tint will be used in this instance.

Shaping

Once the color has been chosen, the shape of your eyebrows will be determined. It is best to grow your eyebrows as much as possible prior to getting HD brows done because this gives the stylist more to work with. Based on the shape of your face, a suitable eyebrow style will be selected. Rigid eyebrows suit those with high cheekbones while an arched look will be attractive on someone with a round face.

Hair Removal

Waxing lasts much longer than other forms of hair removal and this is why the eyebrows will be waxed during HD eyebrow treatment. Any stray hairs will be removed and the ideal style of the brow will start to take shape. Not a single hair will be out of place because the perfect lines of the eyebrows will represent the high definition appearance.

Upkeep

It is important that some form of aftercare takes place after you get HD brows. This is because the hairs will start to grow back in places that you do not want them to and so it is vital to maintain the shape of your new brows. If you have over-plucked your eyebrows in the past, it is possible to use eyebrow pencil as a way of filling in the gaps and getting that HD look.

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      Carly d 

      4 years ago

      Are there any hd stylist in new jersey?

    • BethanRose profile imageAUTHOR

      BethanRose 

      6 years ago from South Wales

      Thanks for your comment Lady Summerset. You really should, it definitely shapes the face and is so in right now!

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      Lady Summerset 

      6 years ago from Willingboro, New Jersey

      Beautiful brows. I'm going to look into this procedure. Thanks for sharing.

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