After Overplucking it’s Time to Call the Professionals
Sania Vucetaj, the owner of her namesake brow bar in Manhattan, said clients sought her out “looking for the best possible grow-out.” After too many over-pruning mishaps, self-inflicted or paid for. After gently tweezing one regular’s stray hairs, Ms. Vucetaj used an…eyebrow pencil to outline. “What’s missing,” as she delicately put it. Results were subtle and showed her client what a full-but-defined look would be once her eyebrows grew out.
Young women sometimes go too far in trying to recreate a celebrity’s brow out of a magazine. “The worst epidemic is teenagers,” Ms. Vucetaj said. “They get waxed and they are half gone.”