How to Take Care of Your Eyebrows with Tweezers
Focus your plucking on the stray hairs first. These are usually finer and will not be as painful to pluck. Also, they won't give as much attention, in case you make a mistake.
Note that you should only pluck the hairs at the bottom side of your brow. Never pluck the hairs at the top. First tweeze under the brow and pluck in the direction of the growth of the hair. Be sure to pull hair one at a time and close to the root.
With your thumb and first finger, stretch the skin area tightly so you avoid pinching the skin, which can be painful. Comb the brows upward, using your eyelash comb, and trim off any hair extending beyond the brow bone. When finished, pat with tea bags to soothe the area.
When just starting, it will be wise to buy at least four tweezers of different materials, such as stainless steel, copper or plastic coated, so that you will know which ones will quickly tarnish. Stainless steel also do come in different grades.