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Friday, 19 November 2010

Quick Eyebrow Tutorial

I have done a quick tutorial just breaking down the basics of how to shape your eyebrows and their placement in relation to your eyes and the rest of your face.

Like the title says, this is quick tutorial, on the shading and colouring in of eyebrows. It does take practice. If you think it looks funny when you are done...then it will most likely look funny to everyone else. It's all about getting the right shape and having both brows as symmetrical as possible and unless you are going for a more dramatic look, keeping eyebrows as close to your natural colour as possible is the best way forward!

Things to remember:
1. Don't over-pluck your brows
2. Try to only pluck under the brow not above the brow
3. Test where your eyebrow starts and ends by placing a pencil along the nostril vertically up the forehead. Where the pencil lands near the brow is where it should start.

-Please the pencil diagonal from the nostril and let is fall along the outer corner of your eye. Where the pencil ends is where the eyebrow should end.

4. Start with a lighter shade first and build in colour. Sometimes all brows need is a little filling in to make them look better. If you go too dark it can look too dramatic or strange.
5. Conceal or highlight with a matte light colour under the brow to help define the edge and make it neat.
6. The start point of your brow can be angled, squared off or round, it's your choice.

Hope this helps!

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