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Eyebrow Envy

285 12th Ave, Hanford, CA 93230 285 12th Ave, Hanford Directions

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Report | 8 months ago
My eyebrows do not look like ANY other microblading pictures I have seen. I have such thick lines that it looks like a child took a sharpy and did it. I have to walk around like this for a year or until they fade which can take up to 4 years. It hurt so bad and I told the lady that it hurt and she just kept going. The two eyebrows are completely different shapes.. I know that they weren't going to be identical but one is very dark and thick and the other has a high arch. I am so upset and I don't know what to do about it. I thought about going back and asking her to fix them but I am too afraid what I'll look like after that. She was in such a hurry it seemed like she had somewhere to be. I now have blotchy uneven brows and there's lines where I don't even have hair. A friend of mine went to her and said she never showed up and told her she forgot about the appointment. So I went to another shop to see if they can be fixed and the lady wouldn't help me cause she said she didn't want to put her name on something like that. The strokes are not up and down they are criss/cross and she couldn't help me. I will definitely never go back. I don't even know what to do.
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