You may not notice them often but your eyebrows really do make a statement about you. They show off your eyes and help to accentuate your overall looks.
When you take the time to have great looking eyebrows, the end result is a face that is well made and well groomed. It does not have to be difficult to have great looking eyebrows like this, either.
When should you pluck your eyebrows? Does it matter? In fact it does matter. Eyebrows that are plucked should be plucked right before you go to bed.
This allows for the redness caused by the plucking to fade overnight. In the morning, you will have great looking eyebrows without any swelling or redness.
Here are some more tips and hints to having great looking eyebrows:
· If you have never done your eyebrows yourself, talk with your beautician first. Not only will they do it for you, but they can help teach you how to do it. This way, you know how to shape them and how to pluck them.
· Be sure to use the right tools for the process. Purchase a pair of slant edge tweezers to aid you. These work well because they can easily grab your hair.
Plus, you will need a small comb. Prior to doing any plucking, comb all of the eyebrow hair in one direction. This helps to separate them so that you can easily remove them.
· Clean up after you have finished. You will need to look just outside the normal row of hairs for your eyebrows. There may be stray pieces hiding to remove. Also, in between your two eyebrows needs to be cleaned up. Pluck any stray hairs in this region.
· Don’t overdo it. You can over pluck your eyebrows. This especially is possible if you haven’t taken the steps to play which hairs to pluck and have just kept working to try and even the brows out.
Instead, use an eye pencil first to draw out where you want to trim and remove. This way, you are less likely to over pluck.
Taking care of your eyebrows does not need to be difficult. In fact, if you just invest a few minutes after or before you wash your face each night, chances are good you will have a great look regularly.
Eyebrows, often forgotten, but they do not have to be.