Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Get Perfectly Groomed Eyebrows
As you make your way to the outer edge of the brow, narrow the brow to about two to three hairs' width at the end, depending on the coarseness of your hair. Turn to the side and look in the mirror to see if any hairs stick out away from your face, and trim these hairs with scissors. A thicker, more natural look is the trend, so more is definitely more in this case. As you pluck or wax, do so in the direction that the hair grows instead of against the grain. If you don't feel comfortable plucking or waxing your own eyebrows, then going to a professional aesthetician is always a good idea. As you maintain your look between plucking/waxing, give your brows as much attention as you would any other part of your face as you apply makeup. Many women like brow powder or pencils to fill in gaps and give brows a more uniform look. Gel and even hairspray can help groom as well.