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Monday, 10 September 2012

WIWT Lash Lock In at Browhaus

Last Wednesday I had the pleasure of attending the WIWT Lash Lock in at Browhaus Covent Garden. In preparation for the hotly anticipated Vogue Fashion's Night Out in London, we were treated to an evening of brow treatments, cupcakes and champers. 

I of course couldn't resist the 'S' cupcake. S for Stacey and S for Style Speaks Louder Than Words - perfect!

After pairing up, we were given our own beauty therapist we selected treatments from shaping and waxing to threading. I chose the threading with the intention of having more structure to my brows as I'm unfortunately not blessed with model thick eyebrows. My therapist was extremely friendly and helpful, explaining each stage of the process and the upkeep. She recommended that you get your brows treated between 4 and 6 weeks, but that can also vary depending on the individual and how much they want their brows to grow between treatments. 

The threading itself was obviously not pain-free, but after all of the horror stories I hear and it reducing some people to tears, it wasn't nearly as bad as what I thought it would be. Also, with it over in a few minutes, it's a pain I can handle! 

After threading, I had my my brows pencilled in, which is a process I do everyday as part of my normal make-up routine. My therapist used a Browhaus pencil which targets each individual eyebrow hair rather than the brow as a whole. 

Browhaus has locations across the world from London to New York and Singapore to Hong Kong. Threading starts from £15 and they offer other services such as tinting, lash extensions and brow ressurection. A full list of their services can be found here

After our treatments we had a cocktail or two at Dirty Martini at Covent Garden. It was great not only to meet Poppy in person, as someone I admire, but fellow WIWT-ers who were all lovely and friendly! Perfect VFNO prep? I think so!


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