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Tips For Creating Perfect Brows
The Tame Game
Before you tweeze, brush the brow hairs straight up with a spooly (mascara-style) brush. Trim any long hairs — or hairs that are growing straight down — with a pair of brow scissors. Have two pairs of tweezers ready: A slant-tipped pair is good for thick hairs; a needle-nose-tipped pair grabs shorter, hard-to-reach ones.
Before plucking, find your natural arch then use a white eyeliner pencil to draw the desired shape of your brows as a guide.
Fill 'Er Up
Pick pencils wisely. If you're:
· Blonde, match your darkest brow hairs to add definition.
· Going gray, use a taupe color to avoid dull tones.
· A redhead, go with sable.
· Brunette, choose a color one shade lighter than your hair to soften skin tone.
After filling them in, add definition and shine with a clear brow gel. A light slick of Vaseline also does the trick. To get a fuller, Brooke Shields-esque look, brush the thickest part of your brows, near the inner corner, straight up before applying gel. For extra color, use a tinted brow gel.
Maintain your arches with a professional shaping every three months. If you have…
· Fine brows: Tweezing provides more control for those with fewer hairs.
· Medium brows: Waxing removes more hair at one time — meaning less pain!
· Heavy brows: Threading is fast and removes thick and thin hairs alike.
Reduce pain by plucking after hot showers, applying skin-numbing Anbesol, and pulling skin taut to grab hairs at their base as you tweeze.
Prevent post-tweezing trauma and use a brightening concealer to reduce redness.