The shape of your brow defines the ‘look’ of your face. It could give you a bold look or a subtle look. You could look plain or glamorous – all by giving the right shape to your brows. But, did you know you could easily shape your brows at home too? If you wish to avoid frequent trips to a salon, it’s best to try out these few brow shaping techniques – at home!
Step 1: Leave them alone
To reach your full brow potential, it’s important to let your eyebrows grow out for over six to eight weeks. The longer the better as it lets you see your natural eyebrow shape.
Step 2: Find a shape
You can easily find the beginning of your eyebrow by holding a brow pencil vertically at the middle of each of the nostrils. Mark the spot for later reference. Pivot the pencil to the outside of your iris. This is the arch – mark that too for later reference. Next, to find the tail end of the arch, swing the pencil until it grazes the outer corner of the eye. Pencil that in too.
Step 3: Trim them a little
Firstly, give your eyebrows a little trim. It’s important to cut down the long hair. Brush your hair up with a spoolie and trim only the very long hairs.
Step 4: Massage
Gently massage your brow with a generous amount of facial oil. This essentially lubricates the skin and hair follicles. This takes the edge off the skin’s sensitivity from tweezing.
Step 5: Clean it up
Always tweeze the hair in the direction of hair growth. Make sure that you hold the skin taut. Step away from the mirror for a while to get a perspective. Then begin tweezing again.
Step 6: How to take care of skin irritation
It is essential that you calm any irritation to your skin after tweezing. Apply a cool gel – it will help tighten the pores too.
Step 7: For a fuller finish, you should..
Use a brow pencil if you have a few sparse spots. Feather-in some false hair in a shade that matches your natural eyebrow color.
Step 8: Keep tweezers off
It’s important that you keep the tweezers off for at least six weeks. After that you can repeat the process from one to seven!
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2017 was a year that saw a number of brow trends come and go. New brow trends emerge and old ones get obsolete – there’s so much going around that it’s difficult to keep pace! Well, we have made it simpler! Here are the top predictions for the brow trends that will rock this year!
The barely brow
These are for those who love subtle brows. Definitely not a trend that a bold brow lover will love! Whether you choose to bleach your brows out, or opt for a hint of color – the barely brow is definitely a trend to watch out for in 2018. It creates a softer and lighter shade and gives your face an elegant look.
The boy brow
For this kind of brow, the flatter, the better – the arches are not given prominence at all. The base line of the brow has absolutely no arch and is completely flat. The top of the brow has a slight incline and it then declines at the tail.
The Undone brow
Towards the end of 2017, this brow trend saw sudden popularity and many people started opting for the undone brows to take on a daring look. It’s textured, brushed up and it isn’t going anywhere in 2018 too. Using brow gel to get a more extreme look is also one of the trends that are catching on.
The color pop brow
This trend is for those who dare! It’s for those who want to make a statement or are feeling a little extra. This trend isn’t much about the brow itself, but works with a variety of different styles to make your overall appearance look bold. The key is to start your eye shadow in the brow and then blend it in the lid. It’s correctly described as an upside down Smokey eye. It will surely make you stand out from the crowd.
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