Eyebrows are one of the most delicate to work. There are several reasons for an electrologist feel no particular interest in working in this area. The skin around the eyelid is very thin (hence the transparency that lets you see the blood vessels through it). The deep hair treatment where the skin is so thin it can be risky if the practitioner is not very careful.
Another reason, when the eyebrows have been plucked for years, there is much new growth or false regrowth because at first, you'll have a new batch of hair each week. These cases require an appointment schedule established early enough to not get frustrated when the appointment book is complete and the reservation is not made, ie, a weekly appointment during the first month of about 30 minutes, 1 appointment every two weeks during the second month, and a monthly appointment for the next three months. This should cover the needs of the client, and keep the tweezers as far as possible.
Believe me, it's true liberation. The grayish skin disappears and the area returns to its original color. The eyebrows always remain the ideal design.