London Brows

My name is Kim. I was born and raised in South Africa. I moved to the United States 13 years ago and brought my 2 children with me to start a new life. I was a fashion designer and owned my own clothing company for 18 years before moving to the USA. I went to college here, and did a mathematics degree and graduated with honors. Somewhere along the way I decided to step back and take a hard look at my options, and opted to switch careers and go to school to become an esthetician.

I am passionate about research and continued education. Emily, who is a cancer survivor, asked me if there was anything I could do for her brows after I had finished her first set of lash extensions. She had lost most of the hair on her brows due to 6 months of chemotherapy treatment. I started researching her dilemma in order to find a solution to help her. I found companies that were doing this work and flew overseas to train with them. When I returned to the States, Emily was my first client to receive new brows. The look on her face when I had finished her lashes and brows was worth the effort. I had given her back her self-esteem, which had been shattered on her journey as a breast cancer survivor. This inspired me to share this NEW treatment with my fellow estheticians, cosmetologists, makeup artists and nail techs, which led to the birth of London Brows. This is my new passion and I want to share this new found knowledge with the world. This led to the birth of London Brows.

If you are undergoing treatment for cancer, or have recently finished your treatment, London Brows offers 50% off all eyebrow permanent makeup procedures.

These women below are part of my super talented team of trainers. They are all amazing at what they do! They inspire me, which is why I asked them to join me on this venture. I enjoy working with them all, and together as a team, you will benefit from our experience in the industry.

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