Brow shape is unique to everyone’s face. Eyebrows are not a one size fits all situation; what looks stunning on your favorite celebrity, may not be the best shape for you.
Here are three steps to help you find the most perfect brow shape for your face:
Point A: align the flat edge of a straight makeup brush to the outside of your nose/inner corner of your eye.
Point B: is found by taking your brush and laying it diagonally from your nostril to the outside edge of your iris.
Point C: by using your brush to create a line from the outside corner of your nose diagonally to the outside corner of your eye.
The Perfect Brow for your Face Shape
For a Round Face: To minimize the curve of a round face, direct the outer third of your brow towards the top of the ear.
For a Square Face: If the face is square, direct the outer third of your brow toward the middle of the ear. This helps balance the face.
For a Long Face: If the face is long, keep the brow more straight across, directing the outer third above the ear.
For an Oval Face: An oval face already looks balanced, but to enhance this harmony, you can direct the outer third towards the ear lobe.
The Perfect Brow for your Eye Shape
For Wide Set Eyes: Make sure the inner corner of your brows are closer together.
First, mark where your brow should begin by using the Eye Pencil in Taupe to make a small line towards the center of your nostril. Then, use all your other angles to determine where the brow should arch and end.
For Close Set Eyes: . All you need to do is use the Retractable Brow Pencil to extend the true arch point out further, to give the eyes more of a wide set appearance.
For Hooded Eye Lids: Try to avoid a large, heavy brow because it will create the illusion that the eye is being pulled down further.
For Deep Set Eyes: Try working brows are too round in shape, they can actually accentuate dark circles.
For More Mature Eyes: The trick is to not drag the end tail of your eyebrow down; no need to assist gravity. First, find your true arch. Then, slightly lift the tail of the eyebrow as you create the end point. This will create an illusion of a more youthful eye.