Eyebrow Mapping

Fashion trends are not free to cyclical trends in eyebrows. It’s all about thick, untidy brows one day, and next thin, perfectly formed arches are in. Still, eyebrow mapping has been a popular technique that pros use to achieve flawlessly formed brows.

What is eyebrow mapping?

Eyebrow mapping is a shaping technique that helps create symmetry and shapes your brows into the most attractive shape by using the golden ratio for facial dimensions.

What exactly is this golden ratio, then, that seems to be so magical? The ratio of 1.618 to 1 in mathematics is known as the “golden ratio.” It stands for the perfect balance and harmony in design. It is frequently employed in fine arts, architecture, and design. The “perfect brows” follow to the golden ratio principle, just like the intricate human body and things found in nature.”

However, what is involved in eyebrow mapping? “Your brow expert will measure your skin and mark the areas accordingly. After that, you have the option of getting your brows microbladed or shaped and colored.

The technicians at Facethetics employ the string brow mapping approach, which enhances the eyebrow mapping procedure. “Using an inked string is a highly precise and technical drawing and marking method instead of just using a pencil and ruler. When attempting to attain symmetry, there is less space for error when using this method. Many of our clients are surprised to see how uneven their brows were originally when we use this procedure to show them their newly-framed brow design.

Benefits of Eyebrow Mapping

The benefits of Eyebrow mapping are as follows:

  • Helps achieve brow symmetry
  • Improves ability to sculpt your ideal brow shape
  • Helps get the artist and client on the same page

How to prepare for Brow mapping

It is generally recommended to let your brows grow out as much as possible before receiving any type of treatment, including those that include eyebrow mapping. This will enable your artist to better illustrate to you the potential combinations of forms and styles. A good artist will always make an effort, within reason, to make do with what they have.

Potential Side effects

There aren’t really any risks or drawbacks to brow mapping itself. But generally speaking, it comes before microblading or waxing. Waxing is not recommended for certain health conditions. For instance, some prescription medications may cause your skin to become too thin and sensitive for safe waxing. The best course of action is to speak with your doctor if you take medication. “Threading and brow tinting are good options if you’re not ready to commit to microblading because it’s a semi-permanent procedure. Not being able to discover the ideal brow artist for the task is another concern.