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Creating The Perfect Eyebrow Shape For Your Face :)
Take your pencil or liner, and lay it vertically against your nostril so that the stick reaches up to your eyebrow. In the photos it is listed as, A or 1.That point is where your eyebrow should begin. Do not pluck before that point, anything after it, pluck. Plucking before that line will create more space of no hair and give the illusion that your nose is WIDER that it actually is. Not plucking before that line will not only give you a uni-brow effect but give the illusion that your nose is NARROWER than it may actually be. MARK THAT POINT with your white eyeliner.
Next, take the same pencil or line,still working from the nostril, lay it almost at a 90 degree angle, or better yet-The pencil should be directly over your pupil. In the photos it is listed as, B or 2 . This is the point where your arch should be at it's highest point. How high or low is your own decision. But for starters, a low arch is always on the safest side.
Last, still working from the nostril, lay the pencil at the edge of your eye. Just over it or directly under it is fine. In the photos it is listed as, C or 3.This is where your eyebrow should end. Anything over that line, will make your entire face appear wider and your eyes smaller. While anything before that line will do the opposite.
Once you've had your lines drawn, begin with stray away hairs and work your way up. Once you've plucked away the majority of the hairs and have reached the actually eyebrow. Stop.
Start back at A, but instead of plucking UP, pluck towards the left or right. (Depending on which eye you decided to start on). Then ever so slightly, being to pluck up as you begin to reach your second point.
You don't have to pluck too much, it's easier to go back and pluck more. Than to fix what's already been plucked. Then slowly begin it back down and thinner as you reach your final point. If it's too thick, repeat that same process until you reach your desired width and height.
Remember to do this in a mirror where you can see both eyes. When I pluck my eyebrows, I'm constantly looking at the other to make sure that I am in line with my natural eye shape and the shape that I'm grooming them into.
After some time, it will easier to see how your eyebrows are aligned.