How long should I wait to grow my eyebrows out before getting them waxed?

Put your tweezers down and put your hands where I can see them! If you have to ask yourself this question, it's probably time. We like to work on the reshaping of your brows together (think of it as brow rehab). For as long as your brows are being properly mapped and waxed at The Brow Bar, and you aren't touching them at home, we can work together to grow out the proper, symmetrical shape we want over time. 

What if I'm using some form of Retin-A in my skincare routine?

No worries! Come on in for a patch test to ease your mind or just be sure to let your Arch Expert know prior to your service.   We have invested in a 98% natural wax that is so delicate it allows us to still wax you!

Do you guys do threading?

No. However if you're someone who thinks you need it "because it lasts longer" or "because wax breaks you out".. you're getting your brows done at the wrong place! Don't believe us?.. Come in for a complimentary strip test to see how your skin reacts and how long it takes for your hair to grow back!

How long does a tint last?

Depending on how dark your tint is, it can last anywhere from 2-4 weeks.  To ensure your tint lasts longer, it is important to follow proper aftercare instructions. Do not spray tan 24 hours before or after tinting the brows. Be sure to use oil free products- face wash, lotions, etc.

Do you guys do Microblading?

We're currently NOT providing this service 'in house' HOWEVER if you want the best in the area, head on over to www.browcraftbymegan.com to learn more about the service, see pictures of her work, and be sure to read her FAQ's as well as before and aftercare! @browcraftbymegan

How do I prepare for The Fresh Peach?

Consult mother nature before booking your "peach" wax. Your pain threshold is at its highest about a week after your menstrual cycle. You should let your hair grow out 2-3 weeks (about a quarter of an inch- think about a grain of rice) before your appointment.  To reduce redness and pain, you may take an aspirin or ibuprofen an hour before your appointment.  And if ibuprofen doesn't cut it, feel free to ask us for a complimentary glass of wine! (It's 5:00 somewhere, right?)