Shaping eyebrow is an art as well as an important part of grooming. Eyebrows that are shaped according to facial features, enhances your beauty. There are four ways to achieve a perfectly groomed eyebrow. First, figure out the brow length as it helps framing your eyes. Second, decide how thin or thick your brows should be as according to the size of your eyes and the distance between your eyes and brows. Third, devise the shape that look best on your face. For instance, arch, straight or round etc. Last but not least, is styling. Once you get your brows shaped, do comb gently and apply brow gel so that your brows stay in place all day.
All aforementioned tips are further elaborated below. If you follow them, you will have a perfectly groomed eyebrows and a tremendous look.
An ideal eyebrow length is one that frames your eyes gracefully. First of all, locate the point where your brows should start with the help of a thin rod. Place the rod alongside your nose vertically, so that the one end touches the inner corner of eye and the other reaches the edge of nose. The point where rod touched the nose is the exact point where your brows should begin. Mark a dot here with an eyeliner pencil. Likewise, determine the point where your brows should end. Place the rod that one end is at the edge of your nostril and the other reaches to the outer corner of your eye. The point, where the rod crosses your brows is where it should end. Mark this intersecting point and then pluck the extra hairs beyond these two points with the help of tweezers or thread. If you got shorter brows then lengthen your brows with the help of pencil of the color similar to your brow’s hair.
Finding right thickness for your brows is as important as the length. Thickness should be decided keeping in consideration the size of eyes. For big eyes, thick and bushy eyebrows provide a more balanced look, whereas, slightly thinner brows are recommended for small eyes. Moreover, if your brow bone is set close to your eyes, you need to pull your brows up slightly to boost the area. If you have a high brow line, thicker brows might look good on your face.
To devise the most appropriate shape, look straight into a mirror. The arch should peak above the outer rim of your iris and lie right on your brow bone. Mark a spot with your eyeliner pencil, then pluck a row of hairs along the bottom, from your inner brow point to the peak point. After the peak, shape the tail. This is your personal decision to choose whether straight or slightly curved brows. An arch shaped eyebrow, that look perfect on someone else, may not necessarily look perfect on you.
After shaping, brush your brows and cut hairs that grow longer to the upper brow line, apply gel or spray to avoid them getting messy.