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Parmjeet “Pam” Kaur stands beside some photos demonstrating the “threading” technique offered at her new shop, “Perfect Eyebrows,” located at 102 Main Street.

 

Photo by Debra DeAngelo

 

Where eyebrows
take shape

New salon, Perfect Eyebrows, offers
eyebrow shaping, hair removal, henna tattoos
By DEBRA DeANGELO
Express editor
Anyone who has gotten frustrated trying to pluck their eyebrows into perfection can abandon the trial and error method, and put their brows in the hands of professionals. A new salon called Perfect Eyebrows opened at 102 Main Street this month, in the spot formerly occupied by Custom Cleaners, which moved to 184 East East Grant Avenue last year.
Shop owner Parmjeet “Pam” Kaur explains that she and her employee, Suvinder Ghuman, use the Indian technique of “threading,” rather than tweezers or wax. In addition to eyebrows, they do this threading technique to remove unwanted hair and fuzz on lips and chins, and even all over the face. Kaur points out that the threading technique is easier on the skin than wax, which can irritate and burn.
Kaur says with threading, she and Ghuman can create “a nice shape,” with perfect arches, using a pattern and then removing the unwanted hair around the pattern.
The shop also offers henna tattoos, which are done freehand with henna, a temporary stain that lasts two to three weeks. There is also jewelry available at the shop. Eyelash trimming will also be available soon. . . .

 




 

Alex Rodriguez number 7 works hard to keep the visiting Esparto Spartans away from the ball during the Warriors game on Thursday, Jan. 21.

Photo by Eric Lucero


Boys soccer ties, falls

By ERIC LUCERO
Express sports

In two hard-fought games the Winters High School boys soccer team was unable to pull off a win last week. The Warriors started on Tuesday, Jan. 19, with a Sacramento Valley League game against Pierce High School on the road.
The Warriors overcame an early lead by the Bears as they went into the half down 1-0. Jose Bermudez was able to put one in the net to tie the game in the second half.
“We did a good job of controlling the game,” said coach Pedro Ceja. “We passed the ball well and the team looked good but their goalie was amazing.” . . .

 

 

 

 


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