#EyebrowGoals have become increasingly popular in the past couple of years, and for good reason. Your eyebrows are one of your most important features because they help shape your face. On those days when you can’t be bothered to do a full face, well-groomed, natural eyebrows can elevate your look all on their own.
Here is Jerome’s simple step-by-step tutorial to tweeze your eyebrows the right way. But before you start, wipe your tweezers with a cotton ball dipped in rubbing alcohol to clean.
Step 1: Mark Your Inner Territory
Tweezing is much easier when you know where to start and finish plucking. To mark your beginning and end points, press the flat end of your tweezers against your nose and imagine a vertical line that meets your brow. Use a brown eyeliner to mark the beginning of your brow with a light dot.
Step 2: Mark Your Outer Territory
Place the gripping end of the tweezers on the outside of your nostril and position the flat side toward the outer corner of your eye and on the end of your eyebrows. Mark this point with your liner as where your eyebrow will end.
Step 3: Let Your Brows Take Shape
Arching your brows helps give your face a lift, which can make you look refreshed and youthful. To create the best arch, we’re going to create one last imaginary line. Envision where the highest point of your eyebrow falls in line with the edge of your iris. Then pluck any stray hairs below that point and allow your arch to take shape.
Step 4: Repeat Steps 1, 2 & 3 on your other eyebrow.
Step 5: Tackle the Strays
Continue to pluck any stray hairs that exist outside of the natural shape of your brows. These could extend from the very top of your eyebrow to the sides of your forehead. Move on to the area above your nose and pull the individual hairs that exist in between the inner markings you made on your eyebrows.
Try not to get carried away when tweezing your brows and remember to take a step back frequently and check your progress in the mirror.