Brows has always been a recycle beauty trend that women obsessed over since the 20’s. When I was growing up the full heavier brow girl was actress Brooke Shields now its model Cara Delevingne. Many of our top vanity drawers throughout the years has been filled with items like Rogaine cream, stencils, brow gel, brow pencils, brow fillers, brow transplant and medication latisse to achieve the perfect face frame. Ladies have been seen wearing their brows extremely thin, lush and natural, or bold and stencil. Creating a gorgeous brow can be tricky so I put together some tips for you ladies to help select which brow shape work best for your face.
Take the Anastasia Dip Brow Pomade and lightly glide with a stiff angle brow brush in the brows in a straight line following the natural arch.
Draw around the tail of the brows to accentuate it. Fill in any patches and use your angle brush to blend the product through the brows.
Take some concealer on a flat brush and clean up any imperfections. You can skip this step if you want a more natural brow.
Blend the concealer with your ring finger and add some highlight.
A heart-shaped face looks best with a soft arch, which balances a longer chin. When it comes to thickness, choose a fuller shape.
A high, curved arch works well on a square shape, since it softens and elongates your face.
The best way to flatter a long face is with a straighter brow and a gentle arch, which helps widen your face. Avoid high arches, which will make your face appear thinner.
Fuller brows with a sharp, angled arch gives structure to a round face. The farther from your nose the arch is, the wider your face will appear.
Those with an oval face shape can pull off almost any haircut or bang length, and the same goes for brows! A full, softly angled brow is always flattering, like on Alba, above.
Have a diamond-face shape? Try a curved brow with an angled arch, which helps to lengthen the widest part of your face.