THE STRUCTURE OF THE EYEBROW
Eyebrow Shaping Tips

The structure of the eyebrow can be divided into three parts.

THE ASCENDING LINE (α): is the initial part of the eyebrow, a line ascending from the bottom to the top of the arch, representing 2/3 of the brow's total length.

THE DESCENDING LINE (ß): is the final part of the eyebrow, a line descending from the top of the arch to the tip of the brow, representing 1/3 of the total length.

THE ANGLE OR ARCH (γ): is the highest point of the eyebrow, where the ascending and descending lines intersect.

HOW TO ACHIEVE THE PERFECT SHAPE
It's important to follow a few tips to achieve a balanced and perfect shape. Use a brush as a tool for drawing imaginary straight lines by placing the brush close to the face and position it to join the two points of reference. This creates an imaginary line useful for identifying areas where hair is to be removed and where brows can be better defined.

Necessary tools: Brush Eyes 205, Tweezers, Precision Tweezers.
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Step 1

Comb eyebrows from bottom to top and from the inner corner outwards with Brush Eyes 205. Place the brush vertically against your face by resting it next to your nostril, letting it intersect the inner corner of the eye. This will create an imaginary vertical line to be used for locating your ideal starting point of the ascendant (α) line. Tweeze excess hairs found outside of the imaginary line, using Tweezers to remove thick and long hairs and Precision Tweezers to remove thinner hairs.

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Step 2 - Small eyes

Locate the angle (γ) by placing the brush near the nostril and rotating it slightly to draw an imaginary line that passes through the center of the pupil. Remove excess hairs found in the lower part of the arch under the angle.

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Step 2 - Medium-sized eyes

Locate the angle (γ) by placing the brush near the nostril, rotating it slightly to draw an imaginary line that is tangent (just touching the edge of) to the pupil. Remove excess hairs found in the lower part of the arch under the angle.

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Step 2 - Large eyes

Locate the angle (γ) by placing the brush near the nostril, rotating it slightly to draw an imaginary line that is tangent (just touching the edge of) to the iris. Remove excess hairs found in the lower part of the arch under the angle.

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Step 3

To create a more dramatic look, remove excess hair by creating an angled design. For a more romantic and sweet look, remove excess hairs to create a softer curve.

TIPS: to create a more dramatic look, remove excess hair by creating an angled design. For a more romantic and sweet look, remove excess hairs to create a softer curve.
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