Brows can make or break a face and now gone of the days of super-thin brows. It’s all about embracing your natural brows. There are common mistakes people make when shaping and maintaining their brows. In this week’s blog post find out why they’re no-nos, and see if you’ve been making these mistakes yourself! We want to help you create the best-looking eyebrows this year with our professional top tips. Over-Plucking Brows
How Not To: Over-plucking your brows until they’re just a thin little line of hairs prevents your brows from framing your face , and makes it difficult to get natural-looking results. You should learn your brows’ thickness so you know how far will be “too far.” Over-plucking your brows until they’re just a thin little line of hairs prevents your brows from framing your face , and makes it difficult to get natural-looking results. You should learn your brows’ thickness so you know how far will be “too far.” How To: And, while it’s nice to be able to tweeze and pluck your brows at home, we highly recommend getting them professionally cleaned up once in awhile to shape your brows to suit your face shape. Matching Your Brow Colour to Your Hair
How Not To: Less is more when it comes to your eyebrows. Going thick and dark with your eyebrow products won’t give you definition, it can make them look harsh. Eyebrows should complement the face, not overpower your features. Less is more when it comes to your eyebrows. Going thick and dark with your eyebrow products won’t give you definition, it can make them look harsh. Eyebrows should complement the face, not overpower your features. How To: Stick to short, feathery strokes when you applying any colour to your brows. Always step back from the mirror after applying to ensure you didn’t go overboard. Using Power Brow Sculpting Gel in a shade lighter than your brows to tint them slightly lighter. This gives the appearance of fullness and definition while still looking natural, Natural Shape
Everyone’s eyebrows are slightly different, so don’t try and change the shape of your brows completely or it will look unnatural. Trim and shape, by all means, but sticking to your natural brow shape will always look much better. How To: Now the bold brow is in, we know that thin brows don’t look good on anyone.Eyebrows should be classic. You want to look at a picture of yourself in 20 years and say, ‘Wow, beautiful!’ If you look at pictures of Marilyn Monroe she is a classic beauty. She could walk into the room today and look great with her eyebrows. 1. The beginning of the brow should align with the centre of the nostril. 2. The arch of the brow should fall at the back third of the eye. 3. The eyebrow should follow the length of the eye but it shouldn’t extend into the temple area. The basic rule is that the front part of the brow should never drop below the back part of the brow. How to Apply Eyebrow Makeup
1. Brush the brow up with E6 Eyebrow comb 2.Follow the basic shape of the existing brow 3. As much as possible, work only with the hair that is there. The idea is to shade rather than draw on eyebrows. 4.Fill in only at the front or underneath the brow, or through the brow itself. 5. Do not place your brow colour, whether it is pencil or powder, more than one-quarter inch away from where the natural hair growth stops. This would accentuate the fact that there is no brow there in the first place! 6. Do not forget that eyebrow colour should look shaded and soft, not like a straight, hard line.