Full brows with uber-high arches are in!
To sculpt them, arch placement is key: They should be three-quarters down each brow. (Never start the arch midway through or you’ll end up looking surprised.) Brows should be spaced about 1.5 inches apart — the width of your index and middle fingers side by side. Tweeze any hairs in between.
Where should brows end? Take a pencil and tilt it at a 45-degree angle from the corner of each eye — brows should extend only to there. To softly define and enhance arches, choose a brow pencil or powder that’s one to two shades darker than your natural hue and use it to evenly add color along the brow until you’ve reached
the desired fullness; comb through with a spoolie brush to ensure even distribution of color. Finish by slicking on a clear or lightly tinted brow gel to keep stray hairs in line.
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