How to Get the Perfect Eyebrows with Shavata

When it comes to eyebrows, Shavata are the ones in the know. Whether you like a subtle brow or a more defined shape, the ladies at Shavata will transform your eyebrows to frame your face perfectly. We popped into our Oxford Street store for a consultation on all things brow-related…




… And after!


The best thing to do before getting your eyebrows shaped is to let them grow out for a good 2-4 weeks, or longer if you can bare it! This means there is more to work with and the overall shape of the eyebrow can be more flexible, as there is more to work with.




The first step was trimming. Eyebrows can get unruly, which means if one falls out of place it can ruin the shape. A quick trim just puts everything into place.




The next step was threading. This is the most effective way to remove excess eyebrow hairs from the root while shaping, as using tweezers takes a long time and you cannot shape efficiently when waxing.




Finally, lightly run an eyebrow pencil through the brow to fill in any sparse areas and define the shape.


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If you have fair lashes, Shavata also do eyelash tints. This quick process tints the lash hairs without any discomfort at all. You’re left with gorgeous, dark lashes which can be enhanced with mascara if you wish.


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Alice Carroll

I'm Alice, Al or, if you are the five year old me, Ice (yes, I did want to be a member of Kris Kross, and yes, I did wear my jeans backwards). Womenswear Editor at House of Fraser Online, I've grown out of backwards clothes and instead chose to invest my money in vintage sportswear and bomber jackets, while inking my body with unnecessary tattoos and rapping along to every word of The Streets - Original Pirate Material. My proudest moments were seeing a shoot I styled in my favourite magazine and getting a three-dart-finish in a game of darts. Oh, and Bart Simpson was my first crush.

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