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How to use Brow Henna. Instruction video by Supercilium

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Supercilium Brow Henna Training: How to get the best results

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Easy Henna Brows by a Supercilium Master Trainer

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Brow Glaze: Step By Step Training For Brow Lamination

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Supercilium Brow Henna Training: How to prepare the brow henna

The supercilium is a plumage feature found on the heads of some bird species. It is a stripe which runs from the base of the bird's beak above its eye, finishing somewhere towards the rear of the bird's head. Also known as an "eyebrow", it is distinct from the eyestripe, which is a line which runs across the lores, and continues behind the eye. Where a stripe is present only above the lores, and does not continue behind the eye, it is called a supraloral stripe or simply supraloral. On most species which display a supercilium, it is paler than the adjacent feather tracts.
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