Brows frame your face; the right brow shape can enhance your features or completely ruin it. It seems easy to pick a shape that looks good and make it your go-to eyebrow shape. But did you know your face shape plays a vital role in determining how your brow should look? Yes, you’ve been doing it all wrong.
Whether you get your brows done from a professional or pluck it at home, this guide will help you find the arch that will perfectly define your features in the best way possible.
Soft, curved chin and wide cheekbones are some common features of a round face shape. If you fall under this category, the first rule is to avoid rounded brows, it will make your face look rounder. To enhance the feature of your round face we suggest you shape the brows in a way that it looks soft and slightly curved. Adding some height on the arch and length on the ends will create the illusion of a longer face.
Those with an oval face shape will have a wider forehead, soft chin and slight curve on the sides of the face. The best part about having this face shape is that most brow styles go with it. But to get the most flattering shape, keep them soft and avoid anything that makes your brows look too angular or edgy.
Square face shape has defined features and an angular jawline. The trick is to keep your brows angular so that they don’t contradict with your natural face shape. Give your arch a good lift and some length to make your face look longer.
A wide forehead and narrow chin are common features of someone with a heart-shaped face. But the right brows can make your forehead appear smaller. Opt for rounder brows, softly shaped with a slight curve to shorten the wideness of your forehead.
The characteristics of an oblong face shape are very similar to that of a square one. Forehead, cheeks and jawline are all of almost the same width. If you want your brows to enhance your best features, add length to the tail and keep enough space at the centre.