You might have hated math and everything to do with lines, dots and maps in school but we have a feeling you would be interested in this. TBH, getting perfect brows is as tough as a maths exam. I mean, think about it, they should be symmetrical, perfectly shaped and defined to the T.
But don’t worry… we are going to simplify it for you. How? With eyebrow mapping, of course. Mastering eyebrow mapping can help you get the eyebrows of your dream: perfectly arched, bold and defined. Take a look at how eyebrow mapping works and master the art to create perfect brows each and every time.
What brow mapping is?
Brow mapping helps you trace where your brows should end and begin, locate the arch and basically help you achieve perfectly shaped brows. Ever saw (and were tempted to buy) those brow stencils? Well, you won’t need them. We will help you master the art of mapping, shaping and filling in your brows like a pro. So, now that we have your full attention, shall we get down to business? Get your brow pencil and let’s get started.
How to do it:
Step 01: Start by placing your brow pencil at the corner of your nose. Hold it straight at a 90-degree angle. Mark the point where the pencil touches your brow. This is where you should start shaping it
Step 02: Now, move the pencil from the start point of brows towards the centre of your eye. Mark this point on the brow that lies diagonally to the side of your nose and you’ve got your arch
Step 03: Lastly, move the pencil further away from the arch point to the outer corner of your eye, with one end of the pencil still sitting on the side of your nose. This point is where your brow should end
Step 04: Now that you’ve got three points on your brows, using them as a template, outline your brows and shape them into thick and defined brows
Step 05: Brush your brows upwards and outwards. Fill them in with the brow gel or pencil in gentle strokes for natural-looking brows. And, you are set!
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