Steve Raises Eyebrows

Presenter Steve Evans raised eyebrows when he interviewed two guests about an upcoming event for cancer patients in Clatterbridge.

Listeners heard all about a new technique which will be showcased at a free skin care and beauty workshop later this month.

Cheryl Taylor and Lynn McSherry in studio

The event, at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, will give patients the chance to learn about wigs, make-up, nails, beauty products and hand-treatments.

But it was the eyebrow building which really captured Steve's attention!

A non-invasive, waterproof and smudgeproof treatment which is ideal for patients experiencing hair loss will be showcased at the pamper day.

Cheryl Taylor from Sleekbrows 3D Brow Building and Lynne McSherry from Opulence Hair & Beauty, New Brighton, came in to the studio to explain the procedure.

Scroll down to hear the full interview and see a video of the treatment

Cheryl, one of just four Sleekbrows trainers in the UK, says she was inspired to organise the event after being invited to a similar workshop on London's Harley Street last year.

"It was very successful event and I found it quite rewarding. It was really overwhelming and I felt that I wanted to organise something on my own doorstep at Clatterbridge." - Cheryl Taylor, Sleekbrows

Listeners learned how they can use two treatments: adding false hairs to natural hair for extra fulness or using sculpted textured hair-like paint on to the skin.

Cheryl and Lyn say they can match the patient's hair colour and advise those who have lost their hair through chemotherapy to bring in a photograph.

"Before they had the treatements that they were feeling quite low. Just from having a small pamper and a ltitle chat, they felt 100% better."- Cheryl Taylor, Sleekbrows

The event takes place from 12-4pm on Monday 19th January and it's hoped it will be the first of many.

For more information, email Pauline Hammond at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre or call 0151 334 1155 ext 5940.

Sleekbrows interview on Radio Clatterbridge 1386AM by Radio Clatterbridge on Mixcloud



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