I always feel bad when something thinks I’m fighting with them. I’m not! I’m being critical and there’s a big difference. Besides, I’m “equal opportunity” for everybody, and reserve the harshest criticism for myself.
Emily, I agree with your second way of stating this and that probably was your intended meaning. Sure, being that electrolysis is permanent, the patient and operator must be careful on shaping eyebrows. Absolutely!
Your original statement as a “stand alone” statement implied that laser might be a better choice (referring to the original question). And, bringing-up only one “bad experience,” and not mentioning the millions of satisfied “eyebrow cases,” cast your original statement as a warning: A warning to not have electrolysis at all!
It’s my “job” to point out issues like this.
Some of my best friends here (Jossie, Seana) … well, by now they probably understand. See, the written word has 10 times the impact of the spoken work. It’s difficult to communicate your meaning and easy to take things the wrong way.
Also, the lady that commented on “eyebrow thinning” … I agree with her. As we age, eyebrows tend to thin out anyway. I would remove a random odd hair, but I have never thinned out an entire eyebrow.
And Jossie … THIS is such beautiful work. I know I can’t do this, so I don’t even try. (I know my limitations.) All of your cases are perfection and this industry is lucky to have you showing the way forward!