Shaping Your Eyebrows

Shaping Your Eyebrows

By Aniela M / April 5, 2007

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Your eyebrows are a very important feature of your face because they pretty much define your eyes. A major eyebrow makeup can give you very visible results, but be careful if you're going to do it yourself. Weather you wax or tweeze, always stop in between to see how much you have to take off, so that you don't end up browless!

This season arched eyebrows are in high demand. Because the shape of the eyebrows pretty much affect your whole face expression, it's important to keep in mind that what works for someone else, might not work for you!

For starters, remember that the beginning of the brow should be aligned with the center of the nostril below it, and extend just a tiny little bit past the outer corner of the eye. Don't forget to pluck your brows in the direction that the hair grows.

If you find it painful to tweeze, hold a warm washcloth over the area. Remember never to use ice on that area as it can make it more painful and possibly irritate your skin. Clean the tweezers with some astringent before ever use as to not get an infection.

To get the arched look, tweeze right at the highest point on the brow, which is where the brow bone is. This will open up your eyes, and make your brows look more polished.

If you're not too sure of yourself, leave it to a professional- it's very cheap and you'll get a beautiful set of eyebrows! arched brow

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