Trim Your Eyebrows Perfectly
If your eyebrows have been confused for baby tadpoles, it might be time to reconsider your eyebrow shape. The perfect brow should define your natural eye shape. Since there is not a one-size-fits-all perfect shape, work with your own natural arch to achieve your ideal brow. For the latest fuller brow trend, follow these simple steps:
1. Keep your brows trimmed for a clean look. You can achieve this easily by combing brow hairs up and trimming along the upper brow line.
2. Tweeze hairs between brows; the brow should start above the inner corner of the eye. The arch should start above the outer edge of the iris, and the ends should taper at the outer edge of the eye.
3. Fill in sparse brows with an eyebrow pencil (don’t use an eyeliner pencil, as they tend to smudge) or eye shadow that’s a shade darker than your brows. For those with a naturally fuller eyebrow, a clear mascara or brow gel will keep stray hairs in place.
My best advice? Try to get your brows professionally done a few times a year. I prefer the threading method, which is gentler on the skin and more precise. In between appointments, tweezing is sufficient; just keep within the shape that the brow specialist created. Your fuller, natural eyebrows will make the rest of your fall wardrobe jealous.