Start with your natural eyebrow shape. Use your brow bone and natural arch to identify your ideal facial shape.
Determine Your Natural Shape
Visit an esthetician or brow expert if you're unclear how to shape your eyebrows. They can determine the optimal eyebrow form for your face.
Overplucking may cause thin, unnatural eyebrows. Remove only stray hairs outside the shape.
Groom and shape your eyebrows using a spoolie brush. This keeps hairs in place and shows you where to cut or fill.
Fill up sparse areas with an eyebrow pencil or powder. For a natural effect, match your hair color.
Fill in Sparce Areas
If you have trouble shaping your brows symmetrically, try stencils or templates. These tools might help you shape evenly.
Trim stray hairs and keep eyebrows tidy with regular upkeep. To avoid unruly eyebrows, tweeze or trim them every few weeks.
Carefully pluck or fill your eyebrow's natural arch. The arch lifts and frames your face, improving your attractiveness.