There is nothing worse than having ‘bad’ eyebrows. It’s very easy for us to look at our brows and see that they need to be changed or that they need a little something extra to make them look ‘right’. If you’re doing your eyebrows yourself, it’s always a good idea to have an initial session with a therapist who will create the basic shape and look of your brows. Or, if you feel confident, then just go ahead and work on your eyebrows yourself.
It’s true that eyebrows are extremely important and that they can make or break your overall look. This is because your brows highlight your best features as well as framing your eyes. With the right, strong eyebrow look, you can look polished and well put together even when you’re wearing minimal makeup. When your eyebrows suit you and are on-point, your face looks brighter and more youthful. Perfect!
There are so many eyebrow products on the market nowadays with more and more appearing on what seems like an almost weekly basis. Whether you like a stronger or more natural look, you can also find lots of tutorials online to help you achieve the look you’ve been hoping for. The main trick is finding the best eyebrow shape and colour for your face shape. You also need to take the features you would like to highlight the most into account. This can be easier said than done so if you’re at a loss as to what you should be doing in terms of your eyebrows, then read on for more!
Your friend’s eyebrows may look amazing but might not suit you. This is why it is so crucial to take your own specific face shape into account when you’re creating the perfect brow.
If you have an oval face, you can look good with most brow shapes. That being said, maintaining a softly arched brow makes the most of your beautiful cheekbones!
Longer faces suit quite a ‘flat’ brow that will break up the face at the brow bone creating the impression of a shorter face.
Round faces look best with high arched brows that lengthen the features. Rounder brows are a ‘no no’ because they can give the impression of an even rounder face.
If your face is on the square side, softly curved or slightly arched brows bring a sense of balance.
Heart-shaped faces look great with long, gently curved brows that ‘break up’ the forehead and that take away attention from the pointiness of the chin.
Getting your eyebrows right is quite a long process that needs to be worked on daily. Whatever shape you finally decide on should give you the look of a nonsurgical facelift by lifting and brightening up your face. If you just don’t have the time or the inclination to put so much of your own personal work and time into your eyebrows, then feather eyebrows Perth specialist Debra Miller comes highly recommended by her clients in the local area.
If you have been suffering from hair loss and have tried all manner of different potions and pills to regain your hair, you will no doubt be wondering if hair tattooing could be the answer to your prayers. Scalp tattooing or hair shading is an easy, safe and painless way to cover receding hairlines and bald patches. Scalp tattooing can make your existing hair look thicker and can even create you a full new hair look that will do wonders for your confidence.