Cara might have hated her eyebrows as a child but we sure do love them now. That says a lot about knowing how to style your eyebrows and getting it in the right shape. Fasten your seat-belt as we discuss how the eyebrows could be the apple of your eye.

Discovering your ideal brow shape is a face-changer that not defines your eyes, but also frames the entire face. It is a stunning transformation to have a perfectly shaped brow. If you are unsure about where to start or are intimidated by taking matters into your own hands, this guide is perfect for you. The arch should fall at the back third of the eye, and the brow should follow the length of the eye but not extend into the temple area.

Naturally, we have different shapes of eyebrows. Some people have an eyebrow that aligns from the center of their nostril and the arch falls over the back third of the eye. Some people have U-shaped brow which has no arch, others have L-shaped brow also known as a tadpole, overextended brow (back), and overextended brow (front). The overextended brow means that a portion of your brow hair is dominant in the back or front. Here is how to trim your brows to get the desired shape.

Let your brows grow – leave your brow to grow out at least for six to eight weeks to reach their full potential.

Find a laid-back shape – in this particular procedure, you have to use your eye pencil to map the start, the arch, and the end of your brow by placing it at the middle of your nose and then mark the spot for further reference. Then outline the shape you want.

Brush out – once the shape you want is drawn, use a solid sponge to comb the hair out.

Trim the hair – look for longer hairs that extend beyond your intended shape and trim them.

With this above, you have read how to trim your brow without needing help. Get started.