Fix Uneven Asymmetric Eyebrows with Microblading
They say that symmetry equals beauty. In other words, the more both sides of the face are mirror images of each other, the more objectively attractive a person is.
But few people in the world have perfectly symmetrical faces. There are some supermodels and actors whose faces are pretty much perfect, sure. And this probably explains why their faces are used for ad campaigns and the big screen. It’s just… pleasant to look at them.
For the rest of us, it’s often our imperfections that make us uniquely beautiful. A crooked tooth or a random pattern of freckles or even a scar that tells a story can be the characteristic that make a person special.
But when it comes to eyebrows, asymmetry can be a little distracting. If a person has two very differently shaped or positioned brows, it might be all a person can stare at.
The days of brow asymmetry are over! Enter Microblading, evening out eyebrows is just one of the things that makes this procedure so useful. The simple technique is a (nearly) painless, affordable and subtle way to even out eyebrows, adding a sense of symmetry and pleasant-ness to a person’s face.
Whether it’s from over plucking, medical reasons or natural causes, Microblading has given eyebrows a new place in the world. It’s true that tattooed brows have existed for a long time, but Microblading has replaced that “drawn on” look with a look that’s much closer to the real thing.
Microblading technicians are taught how to meticulously measure and create symmetrical brows. Using detailed measurements and ratios and specific tools for accuracy, a well-trained Microblading artist will be able to even out any existing inconsistencies. Or if they are starting from scratch, they should be able to create a perfect set of gorgeously even brows.
At the Snob Academy, we take symmetry seriously. Wherever we teach our courses, across the west out to Vancouver Island, we spend a lot of time making sure our students know the fundamentals. This includes symmetry and exactly how to achieve it.
Many of the clients we’ve helped have wanted new brows for a long time or have painstakingly drawn them on day after day. Microblading has literally changed people’s lives, for the better!
If you’re curious about how symmetrical (or not) your face is, there are apps you can use to see and to see what it would look like if it were more symmetrical, but we wouldn’t get too bogged down with something like that. Instead, we like to celebrate all the complex ways people are uniquely and imperfectly perfect.
However, if you are looking for a little extra symmetry when it comes to your brows—to fill them out or make them even—consult with a Microblading technician. They will be able to walk you through the process so you’ll feel comfortable and ready to make the plunge. Symmetry awaits, you won’t regret it!