Tweezing, threading or waxing; there are many ways to tame, shape and style the eyebrows. Sadly, none of them are particularly easy or enjoyable. Some people are comfortable in their brow shaping ways. Some, however, are confused, annoyed and overwhelmed by how demanding the eyebrows can be. In fact, eyebrow care is probably the most prevalent beauty tip you’ll find online or in health and beauty magazines. Instead of your basic step-by-step brow guide, my goal is to present to you your brow care options in the form of brow personalities. Whether you think you’re a Brow Naturalist, Brow Artist or Brow Diva, this makeup how to will help clarify the pros and cons of each brow styling personality.
To find these points, use a brow or liner pencil. Begin by holding the pencil vertically against the side of your nose to mark where the brow should begin. Then, without moving the pencil away from your nose, angle it so that it creates a straight line from your nose to the outside edge of the iris – this is where your arch should be. Finally, tilt the brush once more so that it reaches from your nose to the outside corner of the eye. The area where your brow and the pencil meet is where your brow should end. (If your brow ends before that point, extend the brow line with a pencil, brow powder or eyebrow extender formula.)