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During my teenage years I constantly plucked away at my eyebrows to the point where there was practically nothing there, but over the years I have been growing them back to a fuller thick brow, but even now I have to try not to over pluck as I don’t want all my hard work to be ruined. Having a well-styled brow can make a huge difference; it frames the face and opens the eyes.



1) Plot & Fill In Your Brown
It’s best to start by filling in your brows before plucking, as this will ensure you won’t be over plucking but make sure you are giving your eyebrows the correct shape. Hold a pencil vertically from the outermost part of your nostril straight up to your eyebrow; this is where your eyebrow should begin. Hold the pencil diagonally from the outermost part of your nostril to the outermost part of your eye; this is where the tail of your eyebrow should end.

2) Pluck & Trim
Using a sharp tweezer, pluck out any stray hairs that are outside of the natural shape you've created. Remove one at a time, focusing on underneath the brow first. It’s also a good idea to do a little from each brow at a time, moving between them to ensure you have a symmetrical and natural finish.

3) Perfect & Set
Use a spoolie brush to brush through your eyebrows. This will blend in the pencil with your hairs to make everything look natural, as well as lifting hairs up for volume and a natural arched finish.

Do you have any tips that you use for styling your brows? I’d love to know.

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