Monday, September 20, 2010
Lace Eyebrows - extensions for the eyebrow
Lace front wig-wearing babies are so yesterday. And, just to add my two cents worth to that topic, I have no problem with putting on a cute wig on a baby FOR PHOTO SHOOTS ONLY!!! If you're doing that for day to day real life scenarios, then you need to get a life.
That out of the way, let's move to today's business.
You know that I've been raving about lace front wigs and the all natural look it gives to wearers since it came out right? But it was only until recently that I discovered lace eyebrows - extensions, of sorts, for your eyebrows.
Don't laugh! I kid you not! They are as real as the hair underneath my 10 inch straight weave. If you are like me and you are lacking in the eyebrow area, lace eyebrows may suit you. As those of us with scant eyebrows know, no matter how much waxing you get done, hair on the eyebrows never seem to multiply. Don't get me started on arched eyebrows. Everytime I go to the salon to ask that they be done, I am always reminded that I don't have enough hair to work it.
The lace eyebrows, much like the lace front wig, are sewn on lace net.
The strips are then adhered to using adhesive and the result is just as seamless as the lace front wig hairline.
Prices of the lace eyebrows, from what I have seen so far, range from $25US and upwards. The eyebrows are made of human hair and come in the colour ranges just like hair extensions and buyers can also choose the style they want for their eyebrows .
Reviews from actual wearers of these brows range from fair to outright disgust. Men hate them, of course and can't seem to understand why women would go to so much lengths for beauty.
You know I am an extension wearer but lace eyebrows seems a bit much to me. Still I'll try any hair extension, just once.