How to Get Perfect Full Eyebrows?


If you want perfect eyebrows, you have a few options: you can go to a salon and get them waxed or threaded, or you could create the perfect shape yourself. First, figure out what shape is best for your face, then decide how thick or thin to go and shape your brows using tweezers and an eyebrow pencil. With great eyebrows, you can be one step closer to that movie star look. Grab those tweezers!

1- Find the place where your brows should begin. 

Finding just the right spot for your inner brows to start is key to creating perfect brows since starting too far in could throw off the balance of your face. To figure out where your inner brows should start, use the following technique:

  • As a general starting point, take a pencil or other long, thin instrument and line it up with the inside corner of your eye. The place where the instrument overlaps your brow is where it should begin. Mark the spot by making a dot there with an eyeliner pencil. Repeat on the other side.
  • However, if you have close-set eyes, space your brows a bit farther apart. If you have wide-set eyes, space your brows a little closer together. This helps to balance your features.
  • If you’re not sure what will look best, consider visiting a trained esthetician for a brow mapping session. The esthetician will use your eyes and nose as guides to create brows that will frame and accentuate your features.

2- Find the spot where your eyebrow arch should peak. 

Most eyebrows naturally arch around the eye, and finding the place where the arch peaks is essential to making them look perfect. Use the same long, thin instrument to figure out where your arch should peak by following this technique.

  • Look straight ahead in the mirror and line up the instrument with the outer edge of your nostril and the outer edge of your iris. The place where the instrument crosses your brow is where your arch should peak. Mark it with a dot using an eyeliner pencil. Repeat on the other side.
  • If you have a round face, aim for a more angular brow. Alternatively, choose a softly rounded brow if you have a square or oblong face.

3- Determine where your brow should end. 

Finding the right place for brow to end is as important as where it begins. You want your brows to frame your eyes gracefully. Find the right spot by lining up the long, thin instrument in this way:

  • Line up the instrument from the edge of your nostril to the outer corner of your eye. The place where the instrument crosses your outer brow is the place where it should end. Mark the spot with a dot using an eyeliner pencil.
  • However, if you have a long face, extend your brows out a little further. If you have a wide face, the outer ends of your brows should be thinner and more delicate.

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