To begin, make sure to:
– Use a mirror large enough to see both eyebrows.
– Work on both brows at the same time-it’s much easier to get even brows this way.
– Make sure you have even lighting across your face so the shape and color match on both brows (Example: if you have a window or light on one side of you, you might tweeze too much on that side).
LET’S GET STARTED!
1. Comb brows upwards and over to the direction of hair growth.
2. Use round tip brow trimmers carefully, then trim the extra length. Don’t trim tails.
3. Tweeze any stray hairs in the middle of the brow(above bridge of nose) and underneath only. Don’t tweeze into the shape or arch. *Use new tweezers and tweeze out in the direction of the brow’s growth.
4. For sparse brows, fill in shape with a brow pencil or powder(one she lighter then hair color). Tweeze unwanted hair.
5. Use a tinted or clear brow gel to comb and shape.
6. Apply highlighter under brow to define shape and lift the lid.
Tips To Prevent In-Grown Hair:
- Start with clean dry skin.
- Use sharp (new) tweezers to grasp hair at the root in one straight pull.
- Exfoliate weekly to remove dead skin and oil.
Here is a great tutorial from my friend & colleague, Damone Roberts, that I recommend watching: