Just because you have fair hair doesn't mean you can't have your brows feathered. We chose a colour to suit your hair so they look super natural.
My client previously had her brows feathered and they were throwing off a red tinge. So we picked a colour to help conceal the red and the end result speaks for itself. She now has a beautiful set of brows that match her hair colour and a new shape to compliment her face.
Often you'll see techs post saying they had to correct a previous techs work as they didn't choose the correct colour originally etc... this isn't always correct, they can change colours for lots of different reasons eg lifestyle, sun exposure and creams but also because the last colour often to leave the skin is red/orange. It won't happen all the time as everybody has different skin tones etc, but keeping on top of your colour boosts will help with this occuring.
I always tell people when looking for a tech, look for the following: * pictures that haven't been photoshopped (my pet hate)!! I prefer raw uncut images so potential clients know exactly what to expect. * pictures that show both brows, yes both, not just one (I tell clients, they're never going to be twins, but they have to look like sisters, not long lost cousins).
* healed pictures - yes we can all show how good the results are when they are first done, but that's totally different to healed results.
* their pictures and style look similar. Unfortunately, some people resort to using others work to advertise with - another pet hate of mine.
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