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Here are some simple guidelines for shaping your eyebrows. These guidelines determine the location of the arch and end points based on your anatomy. The final thickness of the eyebrows and the method of hair removal vary by individual.
Place a straight object such as a thin pencil so it touches the outer edge of the nose and line it up with the inner corner of the eye. The inner edge of the eyebrow should not extend beyond this point.
Now, leave the pencil touching the outer edge of the nose and move the other end
to the outer corner of the eye. The outer edge of the eyebrow should not extend beyond this point. If your eyebrow does not extend all the way to this point you should use an eyebrow pencil or “brush-on brow” to fill in the line and extend your natural brow.
Finally, leave the pencil touching the outer edge of the nose and move the end until the edge of the pencil lines up at the outer edge of the iris (colored part). This point is where the arch of the eyebrow should be placed.