Shaping your Eyebrows

Properly cared for eyebrows can make a huge difference in your face. You will notice a more rested and alert look.

First thing to do, is to trim your eyebrows. Your eyebrows may be too long and start to curl at the end or lose color. Trim the down using scissors. Here’s how to do this step:

    • Comb brows up, trim any that come above your eyebrow line
    • Comb down, trim any that come below the eyebrow line

Quite easy, maybe a little time consuming. But you will love the results.

A. Next, find the beginning of your brow. Using a pencil, place it vertically against side of your nose. The pencil should fall mid-mouth, side of nose and near the tear duct of the eye. This is where your brow starts, anything past this point should be removed.

B. Finding your arch. This step I am sure you have seen done before. Place the pencil diagonally across middle of mouth, edge of nostril and outside the iris of the eye. This is your arch, Carefully tweeze this area up to the start of your eyebrows. Make sure not to over-pluck!!

C. End of Brow. Go from opposite outside corner of mouth, across to the nostril of the eye you are measuring and up to the eye you are measuring for. Feels a little weird but it will give a perfect measurement. Any hair past this point should be removed.

If you place your pencil horizontally across start of brow to the end of brow you should have a straight line.

Your brows should be perfectly and beautifully done now. You can also use brow kits or get them professionally done. But doing them yourself is quite easy and easy to maintain!! Go out and look great!

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