Little to no eyebrows can have an extremely negative effect on your face. The picture shows how your eyebrows are a crucial part of your identity. They not only frame your eyes but give your face its unique expression and character and allow you to express even subtle emotions without words.
Alopecia is a very common hair loss disorder leaving you with very little and in some cases no eye brow hair. You will be amazed at the improvement in appearance permanent eyebrows can make for you. Alternatively, you may have naturally very light or gingery brows which are virtually ‘invisible’. Here, permanent makeup can build on what’s there to recreate the brows you always wanted.
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Whether you have sparse brows or almost non-existent brows as a result of alopecia, choosing the right shaped eyebrows for can be confusing and it is very important that you are professionally guided according to the shape of your face and the size of your eyes. As well as being one of the most experienced eyebrow permanent makeup artists in the world, Tracie Giles has built an unsurpassed reputation for producing first class results and for the care and detail which goes into every permanent eyebrow treatment.
Tracie’s bespoke eyebrow treatments are tailor made to suit your individual needs and you are involved in deciding the look of your brows every step of the way – including looking at a makeup simulation of your new brows before the permanent makeup treatment starts.
To ensure your new brows look as natural as possible a pigment is selected that complements your natural skin and hair colour or wig if you wear one. This level of skill and attention to detail means you can be sure of results that totally delight you.
Using the latest digital technology, your eyebrows are strengthened, defined, and shaped with delicate strokes of pigment infused into the skin. Particular attention is given to the position of the brows in relation to your natural browbone. The special 3D Hair technique pioneered by Tracie precisely replicates natural hair at microscopic level leaving the most flattering, natural-looking eyebrows. The overall effect gives the face total symmetry and an added‘boost’.
Dubbed the ‘Queen Of the Brow’, Tracie Giles has redefined the brows of the numerous celebrities and is a trusted spokesperson within this field. The results guarantee you perfect brows all year round and an easy way to look great from the moment you wake up.
Tracie Giles uses only medical grade, bespoke mineral based pigments to create her flawless eyebrows. Famous for her in-depth knowledge of pigment colour and tones, she and her team guarantee you stunning, colour-rich, designer brows. And with results lasting between 9 to 18 months, you can wave goodbye to eyebrow pencils and temporary dyes.
Where there are no lashes and it is especially important to avoid hard lines, Tracie has pioneered a highly specialist technique which recreates tiny hairstrokes on the upper and lower lash line, giving the look of real lashes. Again, choice of pigment is crucial, with softer browns looking most effective.
As well as being an effective way to disguise the effects of alopecial, permanent makeup can also be used very effectively to camouflage a variety of medical and post-operative conditions, either by tattooing an impression of individual hairs on the face or scalp, or by camouflaging scars by blending them in with the surrounding skin colour. Tracie Giles has an outstanding reputation for her work in this area, including:
• Camouflaging facial scarring or discolouration following laser treatment
• Hair simulation for those with thinning hair or following a hair transplant: this procedure can hide scars from surgery as well as simulating the appearance of thicker hair
• Camouflaging a receding hairline or bald spots
• Matching vitiligo-affected skin to the surrounding area
• Disguising laser-affected skin where an old tattoo has been removed
• Restoring natural-coloured nipples and areolas for breast cancer patients