Eyebrows are undoubtedly the most crucial feature of a woman’s face. Well-groomed, thick eyebrows can totally light up a face. Unkempt brows, on the other hand can totally ruin your entire look no matter how much effort you put in glamming up your pretty face. Your brows therefore, demand and command as much attention as your hair and lashes do.
So ladies, up your brow game by following these 3 super easy ways to groom your brows at home, without any hassle!
- Step #1 Tweeze your brow every week
- Step #2 Find your shape and stick to it
- Step#3 Exfoliate your brow area too
- Step #4 Apply almond or olive oil and massage your brows for 1-2 minutes every week
Step #1 Tweeze your brow every week
Yes, tweeze your brows every weekend. Never overgrow your brows or you will have to go and get threading done at the parlour. And we all know how painful it is to get rid of those bushes.
All you need to tweeze is a clean mirror, a tweezer (obviously) and bright lighting and you’d be good to go. Rub your brow area with an ice cube for a painless and hassle-free job.
Step #2 Find your shape and stick to it
Let’s face it. Our eyebrows shape our entire face. Go wrong, and you’ll see how much difference it makes.
Each and every face has a brow shape that suits it perfectly. Find yours and trust us, you’ll be sorted for life. Experiment, take your own sweet time, but eventually you must find your dream brow shape. And once you do, stick to it.
Step#3 Exfoliate your brow area too
If you feel you don’t really need to exfoliate your eyebrows, think again! Your brows need equal care and exfoliation as much as the rest of your face. When you’re cleansing your face, rub your brow area with a nice exfoliating scrub. It helps stimulate and improve circulation to the hair follicles.
Step #4 Apply almond or olive oil and massage your brows for 1-2 minutes every week
If you have thin or sparse eyebrows, then this one’s for you. Massage your eyebrows for a couple of minutes with a few drops of warm olive or almond oil. Leave it on for a few hours (or overnight) before thoroughly washing it off. Practice this for a couple of weeks and you’ll see the magic!