Truth is, the very prospect of plucking our eyebrows into an unnatural shape scares us silly. Sure, they'll grow back, but if the job gets botched we'll have to wait a good few weeks to restore our arches to their original glory. That said, how is a beauty girl supposed to hop 0n the coveted Korean brows trend without touching a tweezer?Below, your solution: A quick and easy guide on how to set things straight.
Pick an eyebrow pencil or shadow that's a tinge lighter than your own natural brow color. As you’ll be drawing over your brows, staying a touch lighter will ensure that they don’t look unnaturally drawn on or too dark. Create an outline of straight brows around your natural shape—don’t be afraid to go a tiny bit thicker than usual.
Fill in the empty areas and draw lightly over your own brows to create a seamless finish. Try not to get too heavy-handed, lest you run the risk of sporting brows that look plastered on.
Blend, blend, blend with a spoolie! The final product should lend a fresh, youthful glow to your face—coupled with the signature Korean dewy complexion, you've got years pared off of your look.