A good eyebrow person?

groucho marx eyebrowsPerhaps with stars in her eyes, E emails:

I would like to go to a great eyebrow waxer. The type that makes you look like a movie star! Do you have recommendations?

Know of a good eyebrow person -- for a star turn, or just to look a little better? Please share!

photo: Ralph F. Stitt via Wikipedia

Comments

It seems that a weekly body hair post is becoming a staple, I'm frightened to turn in next week...

If you are Ok with eyebrow threading, try these 2 ladies. They will make you look like super star & you wont even feel the pain!

Nauheed at Super Marios @ Crossgates Mall. She is very good.

Liz @ Perfections Salon on Central Ave

Andrea at Sidney's in Latham (786-6315). I've followed her to different salons as she's moved. Her prices are excellent, she's sweet, funny and personable, and she tamed my crazy yeti brows into brows I can take out into public with pride. I'd follow her anywhere.

Vanessa at Townsend and Company on the corner of Madison Ave and S. Swan St. Affordable, stylish, she's amazing, and a great atmosphere. I give my brows to no on else

There is no one in the area that compares to Vanessa at Townsend and Company.

Courtenay at Ambiance Salon in Latham.

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