I have mentioned it before: my natural eyebrows are pretty sad. They don’t quite fit the arch aesthetic of 2017. So each morning, I spend 20 minutes outlining and filling in my eyebrows with three separate products—a pencil, a pomade and a gel. And that makeup doesn’t come cheap. Each product costs around $20 and needs to be replaced four times per year. I’ll do the math for you: I spend $240 every single year for the two hairy things that sit above my eyes.
Despite the toll my arch addiction takes on my wallet, I don’t think I’ll be sporting the pencil-thin brows of the 2000s anytime soon. So I set out to do some research on other options. I settled on castor oil (post coming soon), but my dream is the procedure I’m talking about today: microblading.