Mother-to-be is reduced to TEARS after a salon hair with & # 39; huge thick & # 39; has left eyebrows – and says that a four-year-old could have blinded them blindly & # 39;
- Megan Ferguson, 26, from Sutton, Surrey, got eyebrows tinged and waxed
- She couldn't get them tattooed as she normally is, because she is currently 21 weeks pregnant
- The treatment cost her £ 15 and she was horrified by the & # 39; huge thick eyebrows & # 39;
An expectant mother claimed that she had left a salon in tears because her eyebrows were so bad that a four-year-old would have better blindfolded them & # 39 ;.
Megan Ferguson, 26, was excited to get her eyebrows tinted and waxed in a local salon in Sutton, Surrey, prior to a family celebration last Friday.
The marketing employee has had her eyebrows tattooed in the past, but could not undergo it again because he was 21 weeks pregnant.
So instead she asked for a 15 pound wax and shade, but she was shocked to claim that she had large, thick eyebrows that stretched far beyond the natural contours of her eyebrows and looked like they were & # 39; attracted with a marker & # 39; .
Megan Ferguson, 26, from Surrey, claims that she had left a salon in tears because her eyebrows were so bad that a four-year-old would have been better off blindfolding them. Shown before treatment
The expectant mother got her eyebrows tinted and waxed in a local salon in Sutton, Surrey, prior to a family celebration last Friday – but was horrified by the results (above)
Megan claims that she suffered from huge thick eyebrows that stretched far beyond the natural contours of her eyebrows (photo)
Furious Megan left the store after paying for the treatment and ran to the nearest Superdrug, where she paid another £ 5 to another beautician to repair them as much as she could.
& # 39; I went to the eyebrow shop for a wash and a shade, I asked them to follow my forehead and tattoo line, & # 39; Megan explained. & # 39; I am pregnant, so I can't go back to get them tattooed. & # 39;
& # 39; One woman did the laundry, then I waited and a second woman did the shade. In the end I couldn't believe how bad they were, I was in shock. & # 39;
& # 39; She could see it on my face – I said & # 39; what have you done? & # 39;
The marketing employee had previously had her eyebrows tattooed in the past, but could not undergo it again because she was 21 weeks pregnant. Pictured, Megan with her baby bump
Speaking of her reaction after treatment, Megan (above) stated: & # 39; She could see it on my face – I said, "What did you do?"
After her treatment, the pregnant Megan (above) ran to the nearest Superdrug and another beautician paid another £ 5 to repair them as much as she could
& # 39; They said nothing and I walked away because I was going to cry or explode.
& # 39; I didn't know what else to do. I paid and ran away and FaceTimed a friend to show her.
& # 39; She googled how to remove the shade, so I went to a nearby Superdrug to have them repaired by the eyebrow woman inside, I didn't want anyone to see me.
& # 39; She was just as shocked and couldn't believe a professional could make me look like this.
& # 39; She had some stain remover and did her best to remove as much as possible. & # 39;
Megan (above) claims that she had a bad experience in the same salon a few years ago when she was threw in her eye and had to remove half of her false eyelashes
Megan claims that she had a bad experience in the same salon a few years ago when she threw her eye and forced her to remove half of her false eyelashes.
This time she was told that she was told that the job was done by a trainee.
In total she was forced to spend £ 20 on her eyebrows between the original treatment and the £ 5 Super Drug Stain Removal.
But even after that, Megan claimed that she had gone home and was forced to continue scrubbing until her eyebrows returned to normal.
& # 39; I am 21 weeks pregnant with my first wonder baby, so I just wanted to feel good and it went completely wrong & she said.
& # 39; I will not go back, it looked like a four-year-old had done it – to be honest, I know a few children who should do it blindly. & # 39;
& # 39; They looked like they were drawn with a highlighter – I will not go back. & # 39;