-Start by having a clean face to work with. Use a small brush, like a mascara wand to brush your brow hair upward and trim with a small eyebrows scissors. Trim only a small amount at a time, until you have more practice. If you cut too much off, it will leave you with bald spots.
-Look closely at the shape. Your brow should begin at your tear duct, peak at the outer edge of your iris, and end at the outer corner of your eye.
-Hold a pencil in line with the outer side of your iris and note where the peak of your arch naturally occurs. From the arch to the outer corner of the eye, your brow should fall in a straight or slightly curved line, depending on the look you’re trying to achieve.
-Using your tweezers, pluck the hairs below the brow line and the obvious ones which don’t belong above the brow line. Make sure you pluck along with the hair growth. When you start to pluck a shape, brush often and follow your natural line. Pluck one hair at a time. You never know which one missing will change the whole shape.
-When plucking one side, often look at the other side to make sure what you want to achieve can balance on both sides of the eyebrows.
-When finished plucking, use a toner over the eyebrows or an astringent to kill any bacteria.
-Lastly, fill in sparse areas with a brow filling technique of your choice. If using a freshly sharpened brow pencil, use light quick strokes to make your brow line appear fuller.
– Brow powder’s give thin brows overall definition and is great for a more natural look. If using a brow brush, sweep powder following the hair growth on each brow.