Arched, natural, pencil thin, or over-plucked, it doesn’t matter what shape your brows are in, there is a new Billion Dollar Brows (BDB) treatment to suit everyone. The latest beauty treatment from LA has hit UK shores and is creating a buzz about possibly one of the most important but neglected facial features.
Advanced beautician Kerie Hoy has just returned from Beverly Hills after securing an exclusive deal with Billion Dollar Brows. Kerie is now the UK Master Trainer for BDB, transforming eyebrow shaping into an art form, offering training for beauticians and therapists across the UK and ROI to become Brow Artists.
In addition to teaching the latest brow shaping techniques, Kerie will be advising clients about the full range of ground-breaking products and tools available which are all made from the finest ingredients. Brow Boost helps return a fuller and thicker appearance to over-plucked skinny brows, while Brow Buddy is an ultimate patented tool that works with your client’s own facial shape giving them perfectly shaped brows every time. In addition, Kerie is offering advice and tips on how to maintain brows between each BDB treatment.
BDB’s brow artists in Los Angeles have shaped some of Hollywood’s finest brows. They include a client list of Paula Abdul, Lauren Conrad and Kristin Chenoweth. Kerie aims to bring a touch of this Hollywood glamour to the UK by using the same techniques that have everyone in LA talking, namely making eyebrows as beautiful as they can possibly be. She comments “I am always searching for that special beauty treatment that is unique and I am so excited to have found one which I am introducing exclusively to the UK, Billion Dollar Brows, the eyebrow specialists. I am proud to be the Master Trainer for the UK and Republic of Ireland and I will also be the first beautician in the UK to offer the full range of BDB treatments and products.”
For more information about the treatments, products, training and the packages available call 01462 888426 or visit www.keriehoy.com, for product information and treatment coverage clips