One of the largest players when it comes to enhancing natural beauty is eyebrows. Eyebrows add structure to every face and highlights our eyes better than any eyeliner can. They frame the face and allow certain features to stand out, like the eyes.Over-plucking or over threading eyebrows makes a person older than their actual age and is a common mistake amongst a lot of women. This tends to happen due to the fact that many do not know how to structure the eyebrows, leading to over-plucking or over threading. But learning the simple basics to eyebrow grooming can help you from making that mistake and provide you with your best nature beauty.
We all have a natural structure to our brows. Use that to your advantage. If you have straight brows, do not try to make an arch. It'll end up making it look like something is totally off. If you do have an arch to your brows, do not shift the position of the arch. If you natural have a half-moon eyebrow shape, do not try to shape it into an upside down v. Work with the structure that you already have. Here is the simple technique to follow when you are shaping your eyebrows.
(1) Start by getting a pencil and line it straight up at the outer corner of your nose. This will highlight where your eyebrow should start. Remove everything that is before that point.
(2) Look start in the mirror to see where the highest point of your eyebrows are. That will be your arch if you have a high point. This is also where you are being "thin out" the eyebrows. From the arch to the end is where the amount of hair is less than the start of the eyebrow. The thinning out process should look gradual. Be careful of overdoing it.
(3) Grab the pencil once more and line it from the outer corner of your nose and across your eye. This is where you should end your eyebrows. Remove everything that is past that point.
(4) Grab the pencil once more and line it horizontally across from the beginning of the brow to the end of it. Get it as straight as you possibly can. The beginning of your eyebrow should be in the same "imaginary line" as the end of the brow. The start and end of the brow should be on the same horizontal imaginary line.
Repeat the same process for the other brow.