Eyebrows are a natural frame for the eyes and should be in proportion to the face. Perfectly shaped eyebrows will enhance the look of your eyes, your face and will accentuate your makeup while; ill kept, unruly eyebrows will hide the beauty of your eyes.
A harsh allergic reaction can be caused by the wax used by the beautician, so they must make sure that they give you a skin patch test at least 24 hours before they use it properly to wax your eyebrows.
Start your eyebrow at your tear duct and then expand to the outer portion of the iris. Stop just at the outer corner of your eye. Before plucking, apply an astringent to the area; use the tweezers at an angle of 45 degree to pluck the stray hairs. Pick from the root and in the direction of growth.
First you want to make sure that you have at least a 1/4″ long brow currently, otherwise you may remove all of your eyebrows. Take a look at some pictures to help gauge what type of look you are going for, make sure that you’ve combed the brow into its natural direction and look.
Brush the eyebrow into shape so all the hairs are facing their natural direction. This allows you to find the strays that need to be removed. Not all hairs need to be plucked. In fact, you can easily create a nice shape by trimming your brows with a small pair of manicure scissors. Therefore, trim as necessary before tweezing.
Simply take a cotton ball, moisten it with the oil of your choice, and wipe is on across your eyebrows. The best way to do this is to apply the oil right before bedtime, and this way it will have a chance to soak over night. The next morning you can wash out the oil either in the shower or washing down in the sink.
Eyebrow threading has positive and beautiful results. These results include cleaner and straighter lines, balanced facial features and often lift the eyes. Eyebrow threading is very precise for an eyebrow shape that frames your face. It is commonly practised by women in India and the Middle East.
To keep them in check however, as they may sometimes get a bit out of control, always brush them in a straight direction so long hairs can be clearly seen so then you can snip these sneaky ones off with small sized scissors.
Knot the ends to form a complete circle. Hold both ends with both hands, making sure that you’re keeping the knotted end near your palm. Loop it around 6-8 times until your thread assumes the outline of the bowtie, with the twisted part at the center. Now put your hands through, with the ends located at your pinky finger.