I considered following up yesterday’s post by listing the hair care products I buy in bulk — but it occured to me that unless you have baby fine, short to medium colored hair, it would be unlikely that the list would apply to your situation. Plus I dodn’t want to reveal the name of the shampoo in the event there’s more out there I can snatch off the shelves before it goes away forever. Sorry, bitches! MINE
Anyramblings, if you want some really good product suggestions — please read my friend Anthony’s blog. His reviews are incredibly specific and detail exactly which hair types the product is best suited.
Point is, I’m bored now and moving on. Like, what’s left? Then I saw some dude with a really bad brow game.
Using myself as an example, again, because why not. Above, you can see my current brows…flawless! Below, what used to be:
Firstly, the brows are overly-plucked. They’re far too thin, especially on a man. They do not extend fully, the arch is off-kilter and really, the only thing working in this picture is the natural light and soft focus — I look like a baby!
If you’re doing your own brows, remember the basics: They should be thickest near the nose, without extending past the edge of the nostrils; getting thinner from the corner of your nose continuing past the outer corner of your eye, where your brow should stop. You may want a professional to help you get the right arch for your face shape. Generally speaking, the arch should start at the iris.
Don’t dispair if you need some help in the eyebrow area. Seek a professional. Even Michelle Obama needed assistance improving her brow game.
In this category, I will detail a specific product: Buy tweezerman. Not only do they make the best tools in the trade, but they also offer repair service & a guarantee.