Build Perfect Arches
Ladies, we’re hardly pioneers when it comes to the quest for perfect brows.
Dating back to as early as 3500 B.C., ancient Egyptians used carbon to draw on and define their brows.
Have you seen Cleopatra?
Eyebrow game on point!
Luckily, today’s methods for achieving bold, beautiful brows are more doable than ever!
Shaping up your eyebrows is easier than you think.
You can seek the help of a professional, or you can do it at home with these easy steps.
Step 1: Find Your Starting Point
Grab a makeup brush (or chopstick, Tweezers, etc.) and hold it vertically next to the outer edge of your nostril so it makes a straight line up to your eyebrow.
Wherever it lands is your starting point.
Use a makeup pencil to mark that spot on both eyebrows and tweeze anything in between in the unibrow zone above the bridge of your nose.
Step 2: Find Your Arch
Look straight ahead in a mirror.
Hold your brush so it goes from the corner of your nose and makes a line through the center of your iris up to your brow bone.
This is the peak of your arch.
Mark this point and taper the outer end of your eyebrow so it’s slightly thinner.
Step 3: Find Your End Point
Finally, hold your brush at an angle so it creates a straight line from your nose to the outer corner of your eye.
This is the spot where your eyebrow should end and/or where your pencil line will stop when filling in your brows.
This might go without saying, but I’m going to say it anyway: don’t over-tweeze!
It can be really tempting to go pluck-crazy and wind up with bare spots or brows that are too thin.
Remove a couple hairs at a time and stand back to assess your work.
If you’re attempting to even out your brows to make them match, the answer might be makeup rather than tweezing.
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