The way you wear your brows says a lot. Polished and groomed brows always show that you’re on top of things, even better than a bright red pout can. But how do you manage to look like you live right above a waxing bar to fix you up when you really don’t? Easy! With the help of tweezers, a brow pencil, and a spooly, a thick set of symmetrical brows can be yours in a snap.
A pair of tweezers, a brow pencil, and a spooly are all you need to frame those peepers perfectly.
You’re probably wondering, why tweeze? You see, tweezing is more precise than threading because threading gets rid of hair in rows at a time. Not only that, the friction on this skin can eventually cause ingrowns. Waxing on the other hand can easily end up taking off too much hair.
The first rule of tweezing is never tweeze a naked brow. If you draw it on on a daily basis then so should it be before plucking. Following this step helps you do a better job cleaning up the strays instead of accidentally plucking hair that wasn’t supposed to be touched. That said, make sure to always follow your brows’ natural shape and let your brow bone be your guide.
At this point you might ask how you can get the right arch. It’s important to know that an arch should never be forced. If your brows are naturally round, skip this step. Scroll down and see our cheat sheet to getting perfectly arched brows
After plotting all the points, it’s time to bring out the tweezers. Start tweezing on the inside first and work your way outward. Once you’re done cleaning and shaping, clam your skin by patting on aloe vera gel.
Now that we’ve given you all there is that needs to be known, there’s no excuse for you to leave your brows looking like a cave man’s.