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Eyebrows


Eye Brow Shaping


Eye brow shaping, in the make-up application process, should be done before applying foundation, concealer and powder to the face.

Make-up artists consider eyebrows and eye brow shaping as the most important facial feature, because well defined eye brows will frame the eyes, make them look bigger and give the face a polished look.

Shapeless and messy eyebrows can ruin any make-up effect you try to create. You can have a facialist wax them, but first be sure she knows which shape you want.

Although there are many choices, the most elegant brow shape is long, clean, and natural.

The main purpose of eye brow shaping and removing unwanted hair from the eyebrow area is to create a flattering arch that enhances the eye.

Eye Brow Shaping to Perfection





Begin the eye brow shaping process by balancing your eyebrow so that it is proportionate with the rest of your face.

Look in the mirror and place imaginary lines (or a pencil) across your face to match the lines shown here.

Do this on both sides of the nose and pluck only in between. Be careful about the distance between the inner brows and the length of the brows.

A. Imagine a vertical line going up from the outside of your nostril towards your forehead.
The inner part of the eyebrow should converge with this line.

B. A straight line going out from the outside corner of your nostril past the outer corner of your eye marks the end of your eyebrow.

C. Your arch should be found two thirds of the way from your inner eyebrow.









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