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When to Start Shaping

How young is too young when a unibrow is involved? Teenage girls have enough on their plates, they shouldn’t stress about unwanted facial hair. Encourage your kids to come to you if something is bothering them, like their eyebrows.  Find a good professional that can shape brows, but not too much because they are so young and if too much is removed, it may not grow back.

It’s all about being open and having good communication – if young girls sneak tweezing, the damage is done to the hair follicle early and could lead to a lifetime of no growth or bad brows.  Seriously!! Yes, hair that does not grow back is GREAT in certain circumstances, but not because you butchered your brows at 9 – we all make mistakes (wink, wink). 

The average younger age that Boom Boom shapes is about 12. She even believes that starting at 10 is fine if a professional is involved…and if a unibrow is in play, then even earlier. It’s all about boosting confidence – there’s no reason a young girl should have to walk around feeling less than fabulous about herself. We can save this world, one brow at a time!

Now teenagers will be teenagers, so if they have that rebel streak and make more mistakes than others, they can always use a powder to fill in holes or sparse areas. Boom Boom Brow Boostiers brow powder (comes in four colors) fills in holes, extends the length and makes brows look fuller.

Simply brush brows up and out and apply powder – it’s much more natural looking than pencil. These mineral powders are hypoallergenic and free of fragrance, oil, talc, dyes and fillers, are virtually weightless and deliver rich color pigment. Comes in four colors (Aretha, Tina, Bette and Dolly). When choosing a color, try to match your natural hair undertones - go lighter for a more natural look or darker for a dramatic bolder look.

 

Aretha: Black brunette brown – think Queen Latifa, Lucy Lou and Salma Hayek 

 

Tina: True chocolate brown – think J Lo, Sophia Vergara and Sandra Bullock

 

Bette (most universal color): Cool light brown undertones - think Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Anniston, Jessica Alba and Christina Aguilera

 

Dolly: Blonde with warm reddish hint - think Amy Adams, Emma Stone and Nicole Kidman

 

How young is too young when a unibrow is involved? Teenage girls have enough on their plates, they shouldn’t stress about unwanted facial hair.
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