Eyebrow shaping tips

Eyebrows should never be neglected – being a very important facial feature, your eyebrows have the ability to change the appearance of your face and the way you present yourself. Eyebrows frame your face and at the same time it gives out a powerful, bold statement and highlight to your eyes. Follow the below mentioned guide to achieve the natural defined brow that you been wishing for and a style that suits you best.

Finding Your Perfect Shape
To begin with, you can decide from where your eyebrows should begin by holding a pencil up against the side of your nose and marking the spot where they should start. Line the pencil up from the same spot on your nose till the end of your eye to understand where your brows should end and for the arch; that should peak where the pencil from your nose, passes across the edge of your pupil.

The perfectly shaped eyebrow that will suit you solely depends on the shape and dimensions of your face. A flatter brow will make your face look shorter, at the same time, highly arched, angular brows work well to add definition and define bone structure.

Removing Unwanted Hair
There are a plethora of ways to get rid of unwanted hair and get that desired brow shape. Waxing is a very common practice; so is treading, but these techniques can be tricky to learn and can cost you a fortune as they are better done by professionals. If you are looking for an easy alternate solution that you can try at home, try the new Veet Sensitive Touch Electric Trimmer

With a precision head customized for brows, the electric trimmer affords you with accurate trim and lets you shape any unwanted hair and get yourself the desired defined eyebrows, all from the luxury of our own home. You can let go of the fear of feeling sore as there would be no cuts as the blades don’t come in contact with your skin. There is also a length comb that you clip on to the device to make sure that you trim all the hair in the same length. It is extremely simple to use.

Remember to take a step behind often to get a proper perspective of how your face looks when you are getting rid of the hair. After you are done trimming, finish by brushing your brows upwards.

Filling in Your Brows
Now that you’re satisfied with the shape, what about the depth? For sparse brows, you can consider using make-up to fill them in. You can use products like eyebrow pencils or powders to fill gaps between the hairs. Normally, the arch and the tail of the brow are the most defined and the darkest, so you can start from those parts. The inner part, which is at the center of your face should appear more soft and natural.

If you are using a pencil, choose one of a similar colour to your natural hair and with the help of short strokes, lightly fill in any empty areas. Blend this in so that the colour doesn’t look too intense. Instead, if you want to use powder; you can go with an angled brush to apply the powder in the same direction of hair growth for a sharp, immaculate line. Later, use a spoolie brush (a clean mascara wand) to spread the colour evenly across your brow hairs later. This will help you in getting a natural look. You can continue adding powder and brush it out until you are satisfied with your look. When you’re ready, set them in place with the help of a brow gel.

Don’t fret if your brows don’t look identical by the end and don’t try to make them – remember eyebrows are sisters, not twins, so they can complement each other even if they don’t look exactly the same.