“Eyebrow Mapping” is a term used to describe the process of shaping your eyebrows to frame your face.
Your eyebrows are easily one of the most important parts of your makeup routine, but often, they are overlooked. Taking a few extra minutes to shape and fill in your eyebrows will make all the difference, and with eyebrow mapping, it’s easy to determine just how your brows should look for your own face.
- Start by mapping your brows to make sure they start, arch and end in the right place, as this will make your nose look slimmer, open your eyes and lift the cheekbones. To do this, take our angled eyebrow brush and hold the brush at the angle from the corner of your nose, through the inner corner of your eye. This is where your brow should start.
- For the arch, look straight ahead and hold the brush from the corner of the nose straight up through the centre of the eye. This is where your brow should arch.
- For the end, hold the brush from the corner of your nose to the outer corner of the eye, this is where your brows should end.
- Using these marks as a template, fill in your brows with our eyebrow brush and eyebrow groomerby applying the wax first and the powder after. This will give you a defined, arched brow that will suit your face beautifully.
Comments will be approved before showing up.