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How To Do Perfect Brows

How to do Perfect Brows

Getting the perfect eyebrows will look different for each person because no two eyebrows are the same. We know getting that great-looking eyebrow for your brow type can be overwhelming. We recently noticed that lots of people have been searching for “How to do perfect brows” and we decided to come up with some tips and tricks that will help you in the journey of getting the Perfect Brows.

Leave the Brows Alone

Yes, that sounds weird. However, one of the easiest ways to get the perfect brows is when you don’t over pluck your brows. So, leave the brows alone. Let it breathe!

The idea is to use tweezers to remove hairs that are out of place or that are further away from your brow line. You’re not to do the actual shaping of your brows. Do not tweeze your brows away. It might leave you looking like a Halloween ghost. When it comes to shaping your eyebrows, tweezers are the worst option.

Use the Right Products

There are a variety of products to choose from when it comes to your eyebrows. Different brow goals require various products. However, it is super important to use the right product for your eyebrows. Just because it is a big brand does not mean that the product is perfect for your eyebrow.

It will be wise to consult your skin doctor or brow esthetician to know which product suits your brow type. 

The Shape of Your Face

The shape of your face, to a substantial extent, determines the brow look you should try to create. Someone with a round face should try to create an arch as high as possible. The brow shape should also follow a straight line from the arch to the peak of the brow. Round faces should avoid rounded brow shapes. It will make the face look too round.

For a square face, one should consider a curved brow shape, soft, or hard-angled shape. Square faces women should not go for thin and short brow shapes.

Oval faced women should choose a flat and soft-angled eyebrow shape. Those should go straight up, and then gently curve around at the top.

Nail the Arch

Your arch can leave you looking permanently surprised or mad. That is why you must be careful with drawing your brow arch. You will agree that it can be very tricky.

If you were not born with a high arch to use as a guide, creating a subtle arch is not a bad idea. You can achieve this by holding a brow pencil against your nostril, diagonally in line with the center of your eye; this is where your arch should go.

When you’re are done with creating the subtle arch, brush down your eyebrow hairs with a spoolie and with either a pencil or a brow gel, create a slight peak over your natural arch. To make the arch look even more natural, fluff your brow hairs back in place.

Consider Eyebrow Threading

Instead of waxing your brows, you can try eyebrow threading to define and enhance your natural brow shape. Threading is used to remove hairs that are too fine or too little too to waxed. This is because ‘threading’ is when a twisted thread is used to gently pull hair from the follicle.

For people who lack experience with threading, we advise you to allow a professional to do this for you. 

Apply Products with a Flicking Motion

The goal is to have your brows be in strokes or hair. We do not want them to be all over the place. Hence, you will have to employ small flicking motions when applying your eyebrow products to your eyebrows. On no occasion should you fill your eyebrow with one heavy-handed strike of a product.

We believe that you have been able to learn the major steps you need to take to achieve the perfect brow. However, we love you and would like to leave you with even more tips. So, you should take note of these other things when trying to achieve a perfect looking eyebrow will be:

– Keeping the tail of your brow in check.

– Buffing out any harsh lines.

– Tending to your sparse spots.

– Using concealer below your brows—not highlighter.

– Shaping with an eyebrow stencil.

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