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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

HOW TO AVOID AND FIX OVERPLUCKED EYEBROW



The shape of your eyebrows can enhance your appearance by flattering your facial shape, balancing your features, and framing your eyes.
Overplucked eyebrows can be seen every where these days. It creates a poor frame for the eyes, wrong kind of focal point, and don't work in balance with the other facial features.
In this report, bebeakinboade.com presents to you tips on how to avoid overplucked brows and what you can do to fix them.

TAKE A PICTURE OF YOUR EYEBROWS
If plucking your eyebrows yourself, take a picture of your eyebrows before you begin attacking them with the tweezers. This way, you have an idea of how thick your eyebrows are to begin with, and you have a photo to turn to now and then as you tweeze and pluck away, to warn you when your eyebrows are hitting an unnatural thinness.
The photo of your eyebrows prior to plucking also lets you know how much tweezing you can get away with before you hit the overplucked eyebrow danger zone. If you have naturally thick and long eyebrows, you have a bit more allowance. If your eyebrows are thick but short, hardly extending to the ends of your eye, then you know to be careful to stay away from the ends of your brow to save the length. If your brows are on the thin side already, then you know that you are basically allowed to just search for a few unruly strays to keep your brows neat and attractive.

HAVE A SHAPE IN MIND, FIRST
Before you start tweezing, have a game plan. This isn't the time to just 'wing it.' By considering the shape of your face and other features with your own personal style, the brows will start, end and arch all in the right places.


PLUCK THE EYEBROW HAIR ONE AT A TIME
Use a white eye pencil to basically white out the hair you want to tweeze. Then go one by one and take your time. Stop and look after each and every hair pulled. Leave the top part of the eyebrow alone. If you have short eyebrows, try to keep the length in them by only plucking underneath the eyebrow to get rid of the stray hairs that make your eyebrows look stubby. Don't allow your eyebrow plucking to make your eyebrows be less than the length of your eyes. To keep that lean eyebrow line, try to limit plucking 2 hairs or more at a time, only plucking one and then looking at your progress. Unless you have a uni-brow or a lot of stray hairs, less is more, and you can always tweeze an errant hair later.

KEEP YOUR NATURAL EYEBROW SHAPE
Try to keep a shape very close to your natural eyebrow shape, only cleaner, if you will. This means, don't try to alter the shape of your eyebrow, as it will distort your natural look.

APPRECIATE YOUR EYEBROWS
Appreciate your eyebrows for what they are. If they are long and thick, be happy that you have a sexy brow that extends beyond your eye and makes a statement. If they are naturally thin and short, be ecstatic that you have less brow to pluck. The more you appreciate your eyebrows in their natural state, the less likely you will be to tweeze them where it really isn't needed.

ENCOURAGE HAIR GROWTH
There are also items out there that will actually help stimulate the hair growth. If you have already over tweezed and the hair seems to be slow growing back or coming in patchy, you can certainly try products like Talika Lipocils  or Brow Relonge. These items, although costly, boast eyebrow stimulation that may give you results in four to six weeks.

STICK TO BASIC GROOMING
Don't try to create a trend with your eyebrows unless you are a professional. Trying to make your eyebrows taper into thin points on the outer eye or make them bold on either end but thin in the middle will most likely leave you screwing it up and plucking more than you wanted to, then having to keep on plucking to repair your beginner's mistake. Stick to basic grooming, like getting rid of strays, and if you are unhappy with the results, pluck a few from the underside of your eyebrow, and you should have great results without plucking your eyebrows bald.


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