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Tips for Maintaining Good Eyebrow Care

While maintaining good eyebrow care is not necessarily difficult, it can yield disastrous results if you don’t know how to go about it properly. There are certain things that must be taken into consideration when exercising eyebrow care, and not every piece of advice is suitable for every person. Read on to learn tips for keeping your eyebrows in top shape.

First, you have to understand that just as some people have different skin types, there are also different types of eyebrow. Some have thicker eyebrows that require much more work in the taming and shaping department, while others may have thin eyebrows that need a little shaping and darkening. Others are lucky to have just the right balance of thickness. The point is the way you care for your eyebrows may differ slightly from how a friend might care for hers. The main duties required to maintain good eyebrow care are: shaping, taming and tweezing, and stimulating healthy growth.

The first item on the list is shaping, so we will start off with that. The idea of “shaping” your eyebrows is to enhance the way your eyes are presented on your face. –Sounds a little cheesy, I know, but many people underestimate the importance of well groomed eyebrows. Many women have a tendency to thin out their eyebrows too much rather than keeping a natural, but groomed look. This often results in the need to draw or “fill in” the eyebrows with a brow pencil. To avoid this, it’s best that you get your initial eyebrow shaping done professionally.

As a general rule, eyebrows should stay thicker at the beginning (the side closest to the nose) and gradually become thinner towards the end. A slight arch adds a nice frame to your eyes, but one must be sure to follow the line of their brow. As we tend to get “tunnel vision” when concentrating on a project, shaping our own eyebrows usually hinders us from seeing the overall picture. This is the main reason for going to a professional. Not only are they trained to deal with all types of face shapes and brow types, but they can also offer you invaluable pointers on how to maintain your eyebrows yourself so you don’t have to come back to the salon every two weeks.

Once the eyebrows are shaped, it’s a good idea to start “taming” or training your brows to point in the direction that they grow naturally. Take a good look at your eyebrows. Do you have a few (or a lot, in some cases!) rebellious hairs that insist on sticking out in other directions? To train your eyebrows, you can use clear mascara (just a bit is needed) to brush them in the right direction. Once your eyebrows start getting the hang of which direction to flow, you can ditch the mascara and start using an eyebrow brush. Brushing once in the morning and once before bed should be sufficient enough to continue the training. In order to maintain the shape of your brows, I recommend you invest in a good pair of tweezers. No one likes pulling out hairs, but if you tweeze right after a bath or shower you’ll find that it doesn’t hurt as much because your pores are already open. Start by brushing your eyebrows in their natural direction. The only bits you need to worry about are the new hairs that have grown in underneath your brow. Maintenance will help keep your eyebrow shape for a while, but you will need to make it a point to get a re-shaping done at the salon at least every three months.

There are several things you can do to stimulate healthy eyebrow growth. You may be thinking to yourself, “I go to all of this trouble to maintain my eyebrows, why do I want to encourage them to grow?” Hairs falling out and being replaced is absolutely natural and should be encouraged! For an extra bit of nourishment to your eyebrows, you can rub a bit of egg white onto your eyebrows and leave it for ten minutes before washing off. You can also rub a bit of olive oil or coconut oil into your eyebrows to stimulate growth.

Practicing good eyebrow care may seem like a lot of work, but it really isn’t! With the occasional brushing, tweezing, and hydration you can have soft, supple eyebrows that provide a perfect frame for your eyes.



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