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Eye Care : Tweeze Your Brows

Which Tweezer?

Thin Tip: Good for grasping small, fine hairs, and plucking ingrown hair.

Slanted Tip: Gives maximum control.

Square Tip: Best used for removing coarse hairs or several hairs at a time.

  1. Tweeze immediately after showering or apply a hot washcloth to loosen hair follicles.
  2. Hold a pencil vertically along the side of the nose. Eyebrow should start at outside edge if pencil.
    Hint: Leaving a bit more space will widen close-set eyes.
  3. Hold pencil to outside of eye. This is where the eyebrow should end.
  4. Smooth brows with a little moisturizer to help hairs slide out.
  5. Brush brows up to find a natural arch.
  6. Draw in the desired shape beforehand with a soft eye shadow pencil.
    Hint: Don't use an eyeliner pencil. It will cause you to pluck too much.
  7. Tweeze under the brow first, plucking in the direction of the growth. Hint: If your plucking becomes too painful, apply a little anbesol (yes, that pain reliever for teeth also numbs the brows)
  8. Using an eyelash comb, comb brows upwards and trim any hairs that extend beyond the natural top or brow bone.
  9. After tweezing, soothe the area with cool, wet tea bags.