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Eyebrow Shaping Made Easy: Find Your Perfect Brow

Master the art of eyebrow shaping with our simple guide to measuring and defining the perfect brow for your face. Learn how to identify the start, arch, and end of your brows and discover tips for choosing the right brow color. Our blog provides easy-to-follow techniques for a quick, natural-looking brow lift, ideal for your daily makeup routine. Enhance your natural beauty with our expert advice, as detailed in 'Makeup Your Face.'"


Measuring and shaping eyebrows precisely can significantly enhance one's overall look. There are three primary measurements for defining the perfect brow shape, typically taken from the outer edge of the nostril. Using a straight edge, such as a pencil, tweezers, or makeup brush handle, is recommended for accuracy. However, it's important to consider the natural eye shape and position. For example, wider set eyes may require bringing the brows closer together, while for average set eyes, too close and the brows might give an illusion of the eyes being too near each other.

Starting Point (A):

Place the straight edge at the outer edge of the nostril, pointing upwards towards the hairline. This marks where the brow should start. If the brow is sparse in this area, it can be filled in with individual hair-like strokes using a preferred brow product.

Arch Point (B):

With a straight look ahead, align the straight edge from the nostril diagonally across the pupil to find the natural arch, which should ideally start near the outer edge of the iris. The shape of the natural brow should guide the arch's shaping for a more authentic look.

End Point(C):

Align the straight edge from the nostril diagonally at a 45° angle across the outer corner of the eye. This indicates where the brow tail should end. Adjusting the length of the tail can help balance the appearance of the eyes, particularly in cases of downturned or hooded eyes.


For a quick and effective way to define brows, one can lift the brow area with an index finger above the arch and use feathery strokes with a brow pencil to mimic natural hairs. Highlighting beneath the brow with concealer can add an instant lift.


When it comes to choosing the right brow color, consider the natural hair color and overall skin tone. Generally, a shade that is slightly lighter than the hair color offers a natural appearance.


For more detailed insights into perfecting your brow shape and choosing the right products, the book "Make up Your Face" is a valuable resource. It provides in-depth guidance on various makeup techniques, including brow shaping, suitable for both beginners and experienced makeup enthusiasts.

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