How To Save Your Brows

How To Save Your Brows

So when you're trying to get your brows to look better in the meantime, here's how to save your brows with these little fixes to make them look a lot better in the process. In the process of making your eyebrows look better while growing in, it's the little things that make a difference. Remember, it's what you keep that matters, not what you take off. HOW DO YOU CLEAN UP YOUR BROWS WHEN YOU'RE TRYING TO GROW THEM IN?To make your overly tweezed eyebrows look better, try by just trimming them. Put the tweezers down and see which hairs are...Read More
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BROW GUIDE: How to Fix Gaps and Holes

Tired of waiting for you brows to grow in? Are #browgoals on your to do list? Does micro-blading scare the hell out of you (yep, me too... and I see all the bad ones...) See my Brow Guide on how to fix gaps and holes to get to your #browgoals the quick and easy way. Getting to your brow goal has never been easier. Why? Brow products galore. There's so much to choose from in brow products now, that there's literally no excuse to showing off your best brows. Even if growth has decided to slow down, or even stop.....Read More
Elke Shares Quick Brow Tricks with New York Post

Elke Shares Quick Brow Tricks with New York Post

Did you see? Check out my quick brow tips from the New York Post. Regrow So you over-plucked your brows, and they never quite grew back — join the club. There’s good news if you’ve been over-plucking for a decade or less, as you’ll have “a pretty good chance [of bringing] the brows back,” says NoMad-based brow specialist Elke Von Freudenberg. “If it’s been longer, it’s harder — the hairs are much finer and thinner.” Von Freudenberg puts clients on a growth plan, which starts with putting down tweezers for three to five months. To aid growth, Von Freudenberg suggests...Read More
Elke’s Brow Scrub in Beauty Etc.

Elke’s Brow Scrub in Beauty Etc.

See what Beauty Etc. had to say about Elke's innovative Brow Scrub: Sometimes, beauty innovation makes me scratch my head, but I know when I see something that can be a game-changer. A little while ago, I was introduced to two nontraditional exfoliators: Elke Brow Scrub and Redken Nature's Rescue Refining Sea Polish.   See, as beauty junkies, we're quite used to scrubbing our skin—the idea being, slough away the dead cells and the new, younger, healthy cells will get their moment to shine on skin's surface. Several exfoliators for body and face exist for this purpose, and even a...Read More