Thursday, 14 October 2010

Queen brow Hollywood stars returned to its roots Hall Open

of the World," as she is known in Hollywood.

Two decades after she arrived in the U.S., Soare is living the American dream. This week she came home to share a bit of that dream with Romanians — opening her first European salon in Bucharest.

She has an empire of 800 outlets in the U.S. and 600 overseas, including brow salons in Japan, Thailand and Hong Kong. Perhaps the biggest measure of her stardom: she's been on the Oprah Winfrey show.

Soare's interest in brows is in fact a passion for the living architecture of the face — plus a talent for spotting and exploiting a niche in the lucrative beauty business.

The petite Romanian with flowing caramel locks grew up in the Black Sea port of Constanta during the grim communist era. The daughter of tailors, Soare left in the dying months of Nicolae Ceausescu's regime to join her then husband, a ship captain, who had defected to the West about three years earlier.

life under communism, we did not have the ethnic diversity that I experienced in America then, "she said on Monday. Her first celebrity client was the 1980s supermodel, Cindy Crawford. Naomi Campbell has entrusted his brows Soare's skilled hands for the past 18 years.

When a reporter sad the fact that he does not have the sweeping brows of Romanian woman, he explains that this is due to the width of the brow bone. Romanians tend to have wider bones of the forehead, while the women of northern European origin tend to have narrow faces and therefore shorter brows.
Signed magazine covers and pictures adorn the newly opened salon in Bucharest's luxury Radisson hotel. Madonna and her entourage stayed there during his sticky and Sweet tour in 2009.
Clients Winfrey, Claudia Schiffer, Jade Pinkett, a smiling Heidi Klum, Catherine Deneuve, and even a man with inch-thick bushy brows, gaze down to the client.