How to Make Your Eyebrows More Feminine

by Beth Porter ; Updated September 28, 2017

Well-groomed eyebrows will look feminine.

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Knowing the right way to shape your eyebrows can make the difference between unkempt, masculine eyebrows and feminine eyebrows. Well-groomed, dainty and effeminate eyebrows can lift up and brighten the whole face. According to eyebrow expert Anastasia Soare, following an uncomplicated technique of golden proportion, which is a perfectly proportioned human body, can give the illusion of an instant face-lift. Make your eyebrows more feminine while following the natural shape of your eyebrows and bone structure.

Place a white eyeliner pencil against the middle of your nostril. Align it straight up to your brow. Mark a small line with the eyeliner pencil where it meets the brow, which is where your eyebrow should begin.

Turn the eyeliner pencil to align it with the outside corner of your nose and eye. Mark a small line with the eyeliner pencil where it meets the brow, which is where your eyebrow should arch.

Brush your eyebrow hairs straight up with a spoolie brush. Clip any long hairs with brow scissors.

Look in a magnifying mirror, and pull your brow skin taut. Pluck stray hairs, which are away from the fullest parts of your eyebrow, with a pair of tweezers.

Draw a line along the bottom edge of the fullest part of your eyebrow with the white eyeliner pencil to mimic a feminine eyebrow, which has an arch.

Look in a magnifying mirror, and pull your brow skin taut. Pluck the hairs covered in white eyeliner.

Rinse off the white eyeliner with warm water. Fill in the eyebrow with an eyebrow pencil that matches your hair color. Blend in the color with your natural brow using a spoolie brush.

Tips

  • Pluck your eyebrows after a hot shower to reduce pain.

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About the Author

Beth Porter has been a writer since 2008, with strong experience in early childhood education, gardening, home living and crafts. Porter is presently attending college, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in early childhood education at the University of Cincinnati.