From curved eyebrows to professional microblading, there are many ways that beautify ourselves an change our appearances, if only just slightly. Cosmetic procedures are incredibly common here in the United States, as are other forms of self care, such as extensive and intensive skincare routines as well as wearing makeup on what is often a daily basis. And this is nothing new.
In fact, cosmetic procedures date back centuries, all the way back to the year of 3000 BC in China, where it was discovered that nail polish was first ever used. Early cosmetics were also popular, though they were very different from the cosmetic products that we know and love today. These early cosmetics were typically made through the use of various materials found in nature, ranging from beeswax to egg whites. Colored powder dyes were also used, with the dyes themselves sourced from things like berries and vegetables.
The Victorian era also saw many uses of cosmetic products all throughout the United States – as well as in many places far beyond it. However, many of the beauty products used in this day and age were actually hugely detrimental, as they were frequently made with ingredients that were actually poisonous to the people who used them. These ingredients included mercuric sulphide and belladonna.
Of course, things have progressed since then, and all cosmetics sold in the United States are very safe to use. Cosmetic procedure such microshading eyebrows to give the look of curved eyebrows or other more invasive procedures like everything that falls under the category of plastic surgery can hold more risks, ranging from complications with anesthesia to risk of infection, but they are still far more safe than the beautifying trends and methods of years passed.
And the microshading method is a popular one when it comes to giving the appearance of full and curved eyebrows, as it often looks incredibly natural in ways that makeup cannot. It also gives the appearance of curved eyebrows for longer, as it is semi-permanent instead of washable, like most types of makeup. And the appearance of your eyebrows is something that is more popular on a societal level than ever before.
In fact, it has been found that eyebrows (like curved eyebrows) are an important part of the face when it comes to being recognizable to those who know us. When people don’t have eyebrows, it is actually likely that they will only be recognized around forty six percent of the time, a percentage that is considerably less than when their eyebrows are present. And from curved eyebrows to straight eyebrows, there are certainly many different types of eyebrows out there.
Curved eyebrows are particularly in style at the moment, along with eyebrows that look naturally thick but are still well maintained and well shaded. Microblading shading is one way to make this a reality, and more and more people are investing in microblading eyebrows, which, as a semi permanent tattoo, can last for months before needing to be touched up again.
It’s important, however, to be careful who you see to do your eyebrows and give you that perfect curved eyebrows look. You will want to go to someone who has expertise in the field, someone who has been through microblading training and knows what they are doing. If you go to someone who does not have this background in microblading, it is unfortunately unlikely that you will end up happy with the end result of the state of your newly curved eyebrows.
And of course, microblading and having curved eyebrows is far from the only way to change up your appearance. Dyeing your hair a different color is another easy way to change things up. And it’s an incredibly common one as well. You can dye your hair darker very easily, but it is very likely that you need to bleach your hair if you are looking to dye it a lighter color than your natural shade of hair. In such cases, it’s advisable to go to a professional, as bleaching your hair can cause significant hair damage if it is not done properly.