Perfect Eyebrow Shape For Each Of 5 Face Types
December 15, 2017 13:23 By Fabiosa
Just as for different types of haircuts, eyebrows do not have a standard format and size. In order to make them perfect, they must be in line with the dimensions of the face, softening people's features and making them appear younger.
The shape of your face is definitive for knowing how to shape your eyebrows.
1. Eyebrows for a square face
A person with a squared jaw has sharpened face angles. Smoother rounded eyebrows are the best shape for this face-type. Just be careful to not make them too arched as this will give the face a strange look.
2. Eyebrows for a round face
Keep an eyebrow more angled if your face is round, as there is a need for definition on this face-type. An eyebrow that is perfectly angled will define the bone structure of the face.
3. Eyebrows for long faces
Horizontally enlarging eyebrows (tips, or rather the tails) is the best tip for a very long face as it is stretched vertically.
4. Eyebrows for heart-shaped faces
This type of face has a small jaw and a larger upper part, forehead and temples. The eyebrows need to be perfect, because there is a lot of eyebrow to highlight. Do not make them too thin or too thick.
5. Eyebrows for oval faces
Oval faces are the best because they bring a clean, classic, beautiful, balanced, and perfectly proportioned forehead. Therefore, for oval faces, all you need to do is the following:
- the beginning of the eyebrow (or head) should always start at the tip of your nose and extend to the tip (tail) at the temple;
- the eyebrow curvature should start two thirds of the way from the tail, never in the center, because there is a chance of the brow looking like a "rainbow";
- never cut your eyebrows. The tip of the eyebrow (or tail) must follow an imaginary line from the nose to the corner of the eye; never before it.
Source: Style Caster
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