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When wearing short hair there are two musts you have to abide by, that is the appearance of flawless skin and maintained eyebrows. Maintained eyebrows enhance your bone structure, size and shape of eyes, and overall shape of face. All of the previously mentioned should be taken into consideration when considering eyebrow shape.
Let us begin with:
Round Shape Eyebrows: softens facial features which gives balance to angular faces. Brings out the appearance of big eyes.
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Flat Shape: makes face appear shorter, thereby the best candidate for those with long oval faces.
Arched shape: most often sought out eyebrow shape. Often referred to as the “perfect” eyebrow shape. Accentuates all face shapes equally.
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NOTE: The exaggeration of the arch is dependent on the strength of facial features which also dictates the thickness of the eyebrows. Full eyebrows are always sexy though.
To Wax or to Thread?…That is the Question.
There a few advantages and disadvantages to your choice of eyebrow hair removal method that is important to take into consideration. Threading is a method that originated in India and is said to be the safest method. Unlike waxing, threading uses no artificial waxes, chemicals, or invasive techniques. Threading is 100% natural using cotton thread as it’s single instrument. Threading also has the added advantage of more precise shaping. Waxing tugs, pulls, stretches, and can even tear or remove skin on the face. Waxing, however, is less time consuming and easier on the pockets. Personally, I find threading to be much worth the money. I find that it lasts longer too.