Brow Raising Adventure: A Visit to Damone Roberts Salon

Pretty Little Shoppers Blog visits Damone Roberts Salon

 Happy Thursday! Hope you are having a great week! I am just getting back into the swing of things after a couple of insanely busy weeks! My girls Kali, Sheree and I threw a completely exhilarating Blogger Movie Night on Sunday, and I am still a bit wiped out from a couple of weeks of party prep. It was so much fun and I can’t wait to share the photos and video we captured. We had the best time and even though I was exhausted afterwards, I already started dreaming up the next event I want to create while I was lying on the couch trying to recover. 🙂  I also found out last week that I was a finalist in the 2017 Access Screenplay Contest for my script for The Exhilarating and Fashionable Life of Emmy Rose Knightley! So excited to share an update on my series about fashion bloggers very soon. I can’t wait for you to see this fun show!
Lisa Valerie Morgan at Damone Roberts in Beverly Hills
So by now you might be wondering why I am sharing a photo of myself lying in a salon chair instead of an ootd. Well, today I am taking you inside Damone Roberts salon in Beverly Hills. In addition to these photos, you can see the full tour of the salon, shot by Amina Touray, on my YouTube Channel here.
Damone Roberts - The Eyebrow King of Beverly Hills
Damone Roberts is known as “The Eyebrow King” and he’s styled everyone from Beyonce and Oprah to Channing Tatum and Robert Downey, Jr. A few of the walls in the salon are lined with autographs and praise from his happy clientele!
Damone Roberts Salon - Beverly Hills
Damone Roberts personally trained each and every one of his aestheticians and I’ve been seeing Lead Artist, Kristina Tamasyan for more years than I can count now! I asked Kristina what the biggest mistake she sees people make with their eyebrows:

“I feel like the biggest mistake some people make are probably thinning out their eyebrows too much. But I feel like the trend now is a lot more of a thicker brow. People are catching (on) because it kind of takes away from your other features when they’re too thin.”
Lisa Valerie Morgan and Kristina Tamasyan
And Kristina’s expert brow advice:

“If you don’t have perfect brows, you have to learn how to fill them in the correct way to compliment your face. Because not everyone has a perfect shape, you really want to use your eyeliner and mascara to fill in your brows.”
Pretty Little Shoppers Blog visits Damone Roberts Salon
While I don’t have very thick brows by any stretch of the imagination (oh how I wish I had Lily Collins brows), they do need shaping up every once in a while. This is my before photo. You’ll have to check out my new YouTube video to see the after. Please be sure to like and subscribe! I’d really appreciate it as I’m a newbie on the YouTube space. 🙂
Damone Roberts Salon - Beverly Hills
You can visit Damone Roberts Salon at 9669 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills 90212. Visit their site here for list of hours and services.

Photos and Video by Amina Touray.

Thank you so much for stopping by!

xoxo,

Lisa
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5 Responses to Brow Raising Adventure: A Visit to Damone Roberts Salon

  1. Lindsey Puls says:

    Your eyebrows are fabulous! And what a cool experience. And oh wow!! Congratulations on being a finalist in the 2017 Access Screenplay Contest! That is amazing! I can’t wait to see the photos/videos from your Blogger Movie Night. It sounds awesome! 🙂

  2. Kali says:

    Brows are so important! Love that you got an inside look into The Brow King’s operations! Fantastic video and yes to hosting more parties together. You’re the best!

  3. Raina says:

    OMG I def need this! I’ve plugged my eyebrows too well (lol) when I was 15 and since then it just won’t grow in some spots((
    I think good brows are making your face!

  4. Tara says:

    every time i see your photos i’m just blown away – you’re such a knockout!

  5. Aldora says:

    Your brows look perfect hun! It’s like a trend in Asia to rock that thick & straight Korean eyebrows. So I don’t think thinning is a problem here unless we overpluck our brows by accident. I tried doing brow threading at a salon once and the beautician threaded the bottom half of my brows away, leaving me super stunned 😳. It took me one month to grow those brows back & I vowed never to return to that salon ever again. So I’m glad your brows are in good hands at that salon 🙂

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