In Lifestyle by oluwaseun on the 24th, May, 2017

How to take care of your eyebrows? 4 Beauty tips

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3. Removing extra hair

Tweezing is what most of us do at home, we don’t have time to use professional services in this department. Yet these services are available if you can’t get it right, no matter how hard you try. These are waxing and, since recently, threading. While you’d expect that eyebrow professionals will logically advise that you go to a professional, because that’s how they earn their living, there is some food for thought there. If you really want the perfect shape for your brows, find the time and the money to get them done by an expert. You don’t have to do it too often, sometimes three to four times a year would be enough. Waxing hardly needs explanation but threading deserves a couple of words. Opinions on it are mixed. Supporters praise it as a less painful and more effective alternative to waxing, but opposers note that the element of permanence is a mixed blessing, because once the hairs are gone, they are not coming back and perhaps after 10 years you’d want thicker brows. Anyway, the thing to remember about tweezing, since it’s the commonest DIY technique, is to always pull in the direction that the hair grows in, and never ever to touch the upper line of hairs on your eyebrows.

4.  Using makeup

Skillfully used makeup can take care of most shaping mistakes and it can also fix “inborn” problems like sparse brows. In addition, it could be a supporting tool when you shape them. When you pluck your eyebrows, one eyebrow expert recommends, first fill them in with a brow pencil to make sure you don’t pluck too much. Talking about filling in, this should start from the middle of the eyebrow and you should move towards its outer end. Then work your way back almost to the inner tip of the brow. Almost but don’t touch the tip to avoid getting an angry look. There are two main things to consider when applying pencil to your brows. First, it needs to look natural, so choose a drier pencil to avoid an overdone look. Second, work with short, light strokes between the hairs, again, to make things look natural, rather than like a painting. One alternative to pencils are coloured gels and tints. These are easier to apply, since they come with a spooly, and, in addition to tinting your brows, they effectively comb them. The trouble here is that it takes time and practice to learn how to use the spooly properly, without letting any gel get on the surrounding skin. Whatever you choose, remember to just enhance your natural look, not change it completely.

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How do you take care of your brows?

Stay beautiful!

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