How to trim your eyebrows at home during the lock
With the full blockade of the country, all salons and living rooms are now closed. The biggest problem for women is the inability to maintain the shape of the eyebrows and control. From shaping them every few days, we must know that we have to clean them up for almost a month.
Those thick and fluffy eyebrows made every woman wince in front of the mirror. We have a few simple steps to help you check those thick eyebrows even at home.
Step 1-Wash your face with warm water and brush your eyebrows appropriately with a spool brush
Step 2-Hold the skin tightly with one hand, and then use tweezers to slowly pull out the excess hair. Remember to pull out your hair. Pull them in the direction of hair growth.
Step 3-Use eyebrow scissors to cut off long hair.
Step 4-Always use a spool to brush your eyebrows to check the shape of your eyebrows. Step 5 – If the skin around the eyebrows becomes inflamed and red, rub some ice.
How do you know the natural shape of your eyebrows?
The first step is to determine the length of the eyebrows. First put the pencil on one of your nostrils and face it against your forehead. This marks where the eyebrows should start. Next, place the pencil in the same row of nostrils, then place it above the corner of the eye to mark the end of the eyebrows.
To determine the natural bow shape of the eyebrows, use the same pencil to make a 45-degree angle to the nostrils. The pencil should cross the pupil and then point where it should be at the arch of the eyebrow.
Focus only on rogue hair
It is recommended to pluck some rogue hair only in the middle of the eyebrows. Most of these are concentrated around the eyelid and under the brow bone. You can also use the guide to draw the desired eyebrow and plucking shapes to get the final look.
Don’t over pick
Plucking eyebrows is harmful to hair follicles. It is recommended to pluck your eyebrows every three days. Don’t pick them every day. The frequency of hair removal also depends on the type of hair growth you experience.