How to Properly Shape Your Eyebrows

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Step 1

The first step is to determine where your eyebrows will start and draw a line as a marker.

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Mark your starting point.

Step 2

Next, find and mark your arc.

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Find the arch of your eyebrow and mark it.

Step 3

Mark, with a line, where your eyebrows will end.

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Mark where your eyebrow will end.

Step 4

Outline your eyebrows by connecting the lines you’ve created. This will determine the shape of your brows.

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Now you have your outline.

Step 5

Now that your outline is set, you’re ready to tweeze! Before you get started, apply brow gel and comb your hairs to catch any that are out of place.

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Brush the brows before tweezing.

Step 6

Alright, now you can start tweezing. Be sure to always tweeze in the direction your hair naturally grows in (this is a rule of thumb to follow for all hair removal). If your hair is pointing upwards, angle your hand downwards in order to properly tweeze it.

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Get ready, set, TWEEZE!

Step 7

Fill in your brows with an eyebrow pencil. Fill your brows in a gradient – light at the beginning, darker near the end. For lighter hair, do light, wispy strokes.

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Fill in your eyebrows.

Step 8

Once you have finished filling in your brows, brush the hair in order to spread the color evenly. (The last thing you want are Muppet brows!)

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Comb your eyebrows to even out the color.

And you’ve just shaped your own eyebrows! Wasn’t that easy? Shaping your eyebrows will produce a look that’s more natural and flattering. Remember that when it comes to shaping your eyebrows at home, practice makes for perfectly beautiful brows!

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This post was contributed by MakeupTutorials.com

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Jeff Chiarelli

Jeff Chiarelli

Jeff Chiarelli is the Director of Marketing at Ogle School. His responsibilities include managing Ogle School's online, print, TV and outdoor advertising and branding and spreading the Ogle gospel.