Eyebrows give a definition to the face and groom them to making it look cleaner and more beautiful. They have the ability to make your eyes appear larger and more expressive. A natural eyebrow look can be achieved by using brow colors with the help of a short brush with stiff bristles. Heavy brows add a Neolithic look to your face which gives a wild and powerful appearance. Good-looking and well-defined eyebrows run a chance of enhancing your best features such as cheekbones, forehead and sometimes even the nose. Therefore it is important that you keep your eyebrows in a perfect condition and maintain them too.
Shaping and Plucking
The first phase of successful eyebrow makeup is to achieve the proper brow shape. According to Paula Begoun, the Cosmetics Cop, the correct shape puts the inner edge of the brow in line with the center of the nostril below it and the arch over the outer third of your eye. A good way to visualize this is to think of placing the arch over the outer edge of your iris when looking straight ahead. To find where the end of your brow should be, imagine a straight line from the edge of your nose directly to the outer corner of your eye.
In order to draw more attention to the eye area, fair complexioned women will need to focus their time and effort into drawing attention to their eyes. Start off with freshly plucked or waxed eyebrows for the best results. A great way to draw attention to the eyebrows is to make use of a clean, old toothbrush. Use the toothbrush to gently brush the eyebrows in soft, upward strokes. Trim off any long hairs and use a clear mascara or eyebrow gel in the way manner, carefully brushing it into the eyebrows. When it dries, it will add more definition to fair eyebrows.
Eyebrow pencils are the most used eyebrow aids on the market. They can add bits of color where hair would naturally be, and for the most part, you can make them look like natural hair with the right techniques.
If you use an eyebrow pencil that is one shade lighter than your actual eyebrows, you will get a much more even look than if you use a darker shade.
There are plenty of colors to choose from out there, so you should not have a hard time finding something to work for you.
Use brow powder in shades that are at least two shades lighter than your hair color. In case you have blond or silver white hair, then your brow powder or eyebrow pencil color should be at least two shades darker than your hair. Always make sure that you fill up any gaps in your eyebrow with short, feathery strokes of the eyebrow pencil. While filling in the arch of your eyebrows, do not go over the natural shape or arch of the eyebrow as this will give you a perpetually surprised look.