Eyebrow Grooming Tools Buying Guide
Whether big or small, wide or thin, arched or straight, it is important to keep your eyebrows well groomed. Eyebrows can make or break a look. Chances are that eyebrows have more of an affect on your look than you think. Many people neglect their eyebrows for that very reason. No worries, because ShopWiki is here to make sure those brows are as beautiful as the rest of your face!
What You'll Need
- Tweezers: While it's best to go to a salon to have your brows shaped, it is necessary to tend to them between salon visits or if your brows just need a bit of care and don't need to be shaped. The average person should check their eyebrows to see if a touch-up is necessary every three days or so. Be VERY CAREFUL about plucking your own eye brows without any professional help. Sometimes excessive plucking can lead to permanent hair loss. Always go one hair at a time. Pluck, then step back from the mirror to ensure that you are not over plucking on one side. When brow hairs grow back, sometimes it takes a long time. Should you feel like you might have over tweezed and want your brows to grow back faster, try Talika Eyebrow Lipocils , a product meant to help stimulate eye brow growth.
- Spooley Brush : This handy tool is also known as an eyebrow brush or eyebrow comb . You'll need one of these every time you are plucking or filling in your brows. Use it to brush the eyebrows up and outwards before checking for stray hairs or bald spots.
- Makeup Mirror: You'll need a magnifying mirror to see all those stray hairs. Go with a lighted magnifying mirror to make your job even easier.
Filling in the Gaps
It's important to not over-pluck because of how difficult it is to fill in thin brows and make it look natural. However, just about everyone has over-plucked at one time or another, so here are the products you'll need if you get caught with overly slender brows.
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