The main goal here is to make your eyebrows look more natural, even if you’ve spent hours trying to get the perfect shape. Today, the global beauty industry offers a variety of different cosmetic procedures and services for beautiful eyebrows, including permanent eyebrow makeup and microblading (a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure which uses fine needles to create hair-like marks on the skin.) It’s all just a matter of taste, but if those procedures aren’t quite right for you, we suggest you choose a slightly harder yet very rewarding path ― creating your beautiful natural-looking eyebrows yourself.
Consider your face shape: Take your face into account when it comes to picking your perfect pair of brows. For example, if you've got sharp features, consider a rounder brow, which will help soften things. Alternatively, a round face benefits most from an angled shape, with a high peak to give a more youthful appearance and help draw onlookers' eyes upward. The only time you'd ever really go for a flat brow is if you'd like to shorten a longer face.
Consider the shape method: Get the ideal shape for your face every time with this easy-to-follow technique, which only requires an eye brush (or anything similar with a straight handle). Start with a brush placed along the bridge of your nose so it rests on top of the nostril and points up—it should sync up with where your brow should start. To find the tip, angle the brush from the base of the nostril to the outer corner of your eye. Finally, place the brush against outer edge of your nostril, angling it along the outer edge of the pupil to create the classic arch and adjust based on your face shape.
Finally: Before you head out with your perfect brows, you're gonna want to make them the center of attention. By highlighting brows not only help to define the shape, you should also add highlighter on the brow bone, giving you an instant face lift. Try a matte formula (rather than the shimmering kind) for a more natural look that's just one or two shades lighter than your current foundation. To apply, press tightly into brow-bone using a contour brush, working back and forth in a crisp line against the brow. Finish off with a coat of clear eyebrow gel to set everything in place.