Boom Boom herself speaks with American Spa on how she developed a new low-temperature hard wax named ‘Striptease’ which doesn’t require a strip. Ideal for even those super sensitive areas - it’s gentle, flexible, and never cracks!
Meet Christabelles Closet “Cool Peep of the Week” aka Malynda Vigliotti! In this all you need to know interview about the Brow Queen, you can read about how she empowers women, her love for her precious dog Baby, and her favorite gems in NYC.
Our Microblading expert, Kait Paige, explains Microfeathering, a service for people who want to lightly fill out the brows they already have, versus Microblading, a more aggressive approach to crafting brows…sometimes from scratch.
Now, there are more ways than ever to get big bold brows with a gorgeous arch, and microblading is becoming one of the most popular! It’s a semi-permanent procedure (similar to tattooing) that uses a special tool to create hair-like strokes on the brow line that give the appearance of thicker fuller brows.
If you’ve ever had a laser hair removal treatment, then you know spending time in the sun before and after your appointment is a major faux pas. It’s the cardinal rule of laser hair removal that, in turn, has perpetuated a myth that it can’t or shouldn’t be done in the summer.
In honor of Equal Pay Day, Boom Boom Brow Bar, a New York City-based brow company, is partnering with Lean In, a nonprofit organization that connects women via Lean In Circles—small groups of business women who meet either in person or digitally to network and provide support—to raise awareness of the gender pay gap. On April 10, Boom Boom Brow Bar is donating 20 percent of all services to charities that are helping fight the wage gap.
Believe it or not, the youngest of the baby-boom generation are now in their 50's. And, much different than the thick arches on trend today, many who fall into that age range grew up madly over-plucking their brows, which resulted in thin rainbow arches and partially drawn-on brows.
The youngest Baby Boomers are now in their 50s!! They grew up madly plucking their brows only to come full circle trying to grow them back to be on trend with the longer fuller ant-aging arches of today. Malynda Vigliotti (aka Boom Boom), owner of Boom Boom Brow Bar(link is external) in NYC, is very familiar with the thin rainbow arch and partially drawn-on brow, and is happy to say that after serving 330k+ eyebrows, she knows how to get a Baby Boomer back on track.