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Mastering the Art of Eyebrow Mapping: Your Complete Guide

by CRISTIAN LIGUE on 0 Comments

Mapping out your eyebrows is an important step in achieving a well-defined and balanced look. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you map out your eyebrows:

  1. Gather Your Tools: You'll need an eyebrow pencil or powder that matches your natural brow color, a spoolie brush, and a small angled brush for precision. If you're in need of a reliable kit, consider checking out this eyebrow kit with stencils for added convenience.
  2. Identify Key Points: Start by determining where your eyebrows should begin, arch, and end.
  • Beginning: Hold your pencil vertically against the side of your nose. Your eyebrow should start where the pencil meets your brow bone.
  • Arch: Angle the pencil so that it crosses the outer edge of your iris when looking straight ahead. This is where your eyebrow's highest point, or arch, should be.
  • End: Angle the pencil further so that it touches the outer corner of your eye. This is where your eyebrow should end.
  1. Mark Key Points: Use your eyebrow pencil to lightly mark these key points:
  • Make a small dot at the beginning, arch, and end of your eyebrow.
  • Connect these dots with light, feathery strokes to create a rough outline of your desired eyebrow shape.
  1. Fill in the Outline: Use your eyebrow pencil or powder to fill in the outline, following the natural shape of your brows. Use short, light strokes to mimic the appearance of hair for a more natural look.
  2. Blend and Brush: Use a spoolie brush to blend the colour and soften any harsh lines. Brush your eyebrow hairs upward to see if any areas need more filling or shaping.
  3. Refine the Shape: Use a small angled brush and concealer to clean up the edges and define the shape further. Apply a small amount of concealer around the eyebrows, especially underneath and above, to sharpen the lines and create a polished look.
  4. Final Touches: Once you're satisfied with the shape and definition of your eyebrows, set them in place with a clear eyebrow gel or wax to keep them looking groomed throughout the day.

Remember, practice makes perfect when it comes to eyebrow mapping. Don't be afraid to experiment with different shapes and techniques until you find what works best for you.


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