1.) Do Decide on the Eyebrow Shape First.
You always need a plan of action when deciding where the brow will start, end, and where to
place the peak of the arch. Draw an imaginary straight line from the outer sides of the ball of
your nose to your brows. That is where your eyebrows should start. The arch of the brow
should be determined by drawing an imaginary line from each nostril. For determining where
the end of the brow should be, imagine a line at the outer nose and meet with the outer corner of the
2.) Do Use a Quality Pair of Tweezers.
Low-quality tweezers may slide off or break the eyebrow hairs instead of pulling them out. A good pair is relatively inexpensive and worth the small investment.
My pick: (Tweezerman Slant Tweezers )
3.) Do Trim if Needed.
A big mistake people make is tweezing out more hair, when actually trimming the excess length really is
what needs to occur. A good trim gives the perfect definition to the brow.
4.) Do Use a Pencil, Powder, or Mousse for Filling or Correcting.
If you have brows that are over tweezed or sparse, or if you are growing them out to a fuller shape, filling them in will give you the look you want. Try and use a shade that would blend with any brow
color because you can always add more.
5.) Don’t Choose a Shape that Isn’t Flattering to Your Face.
The right shape of a brow can totally change a face giving an overall “lift”. Ask your esthetician
what they recommend after looking at your face shape.
6.) Don’t Shave.
There are little razors sold on the market specifically for your brows. Trying to shape your brows
can be tricky enough with waxing or tweezing. Shaving your brows is a recipe for disaster and
most likely will produce uneven results. Shaving also creates a blunt edge where stubble can form,
which isn’t pretty.
7.) Wax/Tweeze Correctly.
Hold skin taut by gently holding skin firm with your free hand while waxing/tweezing. Doing this
means less tugging and pain on the skin.
***ALWAYS REMEMBER: YOUR BROWS ARE SISTERS & NOT TWINS****