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How to frame your eyes flawlessly
The most common mistake with brows is overplucking. Before you begin, make sure you have adequate growth so that your natural brow shape is clearly defined.
Set the Shape
Brows should complement the shape of your face. To determine your shape, follow the curve of your jaw and mimic it. A square jaw will reflect a more squared curve of the brow, while a round jaw will have a more continuous arc.
Before You Pluck
If you’re unsure of where to pluck, use eyeliner to define your desired shape. This will act as a guide, letting you know when a hair should go and when it should be left to grow.
The Right Direction
To keep brows looking their best even during growing-out periods, make sure you pluck in the direction of the hair. Keep skin taut to decrease discomfort and always use high-quality tweezers for the best results.
Symmetry Is Key
Brows look their very best when they’re even and matched. As you pluck, you may want to alternate to ensure that you’re being as even-handed as possible.