Use the Right Tweezers
Rounded tip or pointy? Experts like a pointed, slanted tip, especially if you haven’t plucked before. You can hold that shape easily and grab longer hairs. For those short,
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stubborn hairs, turn the tweezer at an angle and pull from the pointed edge.
Can You Pluck The Tops?
It’s OK as long as you focus on the peach fuzz there and on your temples. Most of the real shaping should happen underneath to lift the brow up. Pluck too much off the top and you could get flat brows that make you look scowly.
When to Put the Tweezers Down
If you see a teeny little dot of hair growing under the skin, resist the urge to pull it. You don’t want to break the skin and risk a scar. Wait a day and that little hair probably will poke through the surface, ready to be plucked. In the meantime, if it bothers you, cover it with concealer.
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Let a Pro Guide You
If you aren’t sure about your own brow judgment, a salon specialist can find the best shape for your face. Snap a few photos for reference at home. To keep your new look fresh, lightly pluck new hair growth once a week. For best results, make another appointment four to six weeks later.
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Open Your Eyes
Curled lashes make you look wide-eyed. Do it before you put on mascara. Use firm pressure but don’t clamp down too hard. You don’t want to pinch your skin, crease your lashes, or pull them out. You may get better results from curling in stages, moving out from the lash roots to the tips. A corner lash curler can get to hard-to-reach outer ones. -webmd