How to Get Perfect Eyebrows

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Eyebrows frame your face and polish your look, much like bright lipstick or a professional blow wave. And now, thanks to supermodel-of-the-moment, Cara Delevingne, the power brow is back and taking over the world one face at a time. While Cara’s brows won’t suit everyone’s face or taste, her power brows got us thinking about how to get the perfect brow. After some research we’ve come up with these simple tips that will help you get perfect brows no matter what your face shape.

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:perfect eyebrow 3

Take a pencil or another long, thin instrument. Line it up from the corner of your eye to the edge of your nose.

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.

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.

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.

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 rightPerfect eyebrows1spot 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.

Determine how thick you want your brows to be

Perfect eyebrows for someone else may not be perfect eyebrows for you. The thickness of your eyebrows is a personal decision that should be influenced by the following factors:

The size of your eyes: If your eyes are on the bigger side, thicker brows can help balance them out. If they’re small, thick brows might overshadow them, so you’ll want to choose a brow thickness that’s slightly thinner.

The size of your lips: A good general rule of thumb is that your eyebrows should be about the same thickness as your upper lip. This can help ‘tie the look together’. If you look at pictures of models in magazines than you’ll notice this is the case with many of them.

The distance between your brows and your eyes: If you have a low brow bone that is set close to your eyes, you’ll want to pull up your brows a bit to lighten the area. If you have a high browline spaced well above your eyes, heavier brows might provide a more balanced look.

Your style preference: Sometimes thick, bushy eyebrows are in style, and sometimes more people prefer them to be thin and well-tailored. Think about what style you’re going for before you dive into plucking your brows.

Keep them Groomed

If your brows need filling, steer clear of powder products that tend to attach to the skin, creating a block colour that looks painted in. Instead, fill it in with a cream-textured product to create a bigger groomed shape that doesn’t look overdone— our favourite is Suqqu Brow Liner. Apply a cream textured product with a fine angle brush, with brush strokes in the same direction the hairs naturally grow. This will have a see-through quality and look more natural as it won’t be heavy or solid.

To set your brows use a Brow Gel to keep them in place. We love M.A.C. Brow Gels as they’re easy to comb through quickly, fixing your bimagesrows shape and stopping them becoming unruly.

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