A local brow expert offers up her best practices for caring for eyebrows while in quarantine.
Going to a salon for your regular wax, threading, tinting — whatever your brow-shaping fix — session is a far-fetched dream during this isolation period. And with more weeks of being cooped up at home in sight, many of us may feel the need to resort to taking at-home brow maintenance into our own hands.
The last thing we want is for you to come out of quarantine with botched, over-plucked brows, so we’ve tapped local eyebrow groomer and makeup expert Haley Bogaert, who’s also the founder of Toronto beauty salon studio Haley Bogaert Face, for her top need-to-knows before you go pruning any hairs with tweezers yourself. And note: If you’re already dealing with too-thin eyebrows, this current WFH reality is a prime opportunity to let your brows grow. Read Bogaert’s tips for acing your at-home brow maintenance below: