This effect serves to strongly define the shape of the brows, like when you colour in your brows with a dark pencil. This technique is frequently used for Lebanese brow shaping, producing a made-up effect as the eyebrow hairs are hard to see.
This effect is used to moderately define the brows and leave them slightly transparent. The brows are reshaped, but the brow hairs are visible, creating a more natural appearance. This technique looks like light pencil strokes along the brows.
Combed and realistic hairstroke
Eyebrow hairs are visibly drawn on one by one.
Using the combed hairstroke technique, the hairs start at the bottom and end at the top of the eyebrows, gradually arching outwards towards the tip of the brow.
Using the realistic hairstroke technique, the hairs follow the natural direction of growth of the real eyebrow hairs.
These techniques can be used to reshape the brows while retaining a more natural effect and adding density.
This is a special manual hairstroke technique. It can produce hairs of uneven thickness. This technique is difficult to master, as it is highly invasive. It is recommended that the specialist be appropriately trained, and that the patient be given an anaesthetic cream before the technique is used.
This technique is used to emphasize the shape of the lips using a fine or thick line in a subtle or strong colour. The line is drawn on the border between the mucous membrane and solid skin. The contouring technique cannot correct lip asymmetries.
This technique goes a little farther than the mucous membrane to create a shaded effect. Shading can be done with a subtle or strong colour, and this technique can correct lip asymmetries.
Lip tinting is applied using a comb needle to give colour to light or depigmented mucous membranes. The colour is light and blends into the natural lip colour.
Lip filling is applied using a comb needle, criss-crossing its path, to give the lips colour. The colour is strong and covers the natural colour of the lips. This provides a lipstick effect.
The colour is strong and covers the natural colouring of the lip. The 3D effect is obtained using special techniques, special needles and colours different from simple filling. The mucous membrane is plumped with a “glossy lip” effect.
This technique can be used to thicken the eyelashes and intensify the gaze. Colour is applied in dots inside the upper or lower lash line. The result is very light, natural makeup (a lash volumizing effect).
This technique can be used to enhance the gaze. Colour is applied along the upper or lower lashes and the line culminates in a sharp point on the outer end. This gives the appearance of a liner pencil.
This technique complements upper eyeliner with shading and a colour gradient on the eyelid. A different colour can be used to accentuate the effect. This is the equivalent of powder eyeshadow in traditional makeup.
This technique permanently colours the inside line of the lower lashes. This has a dual effect when combined with lash liner or eyeliner. It corresponds to a traditional Eastern makeup technique.