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17 Genius Tricks For Getting The Best Damn Eyebrows Of Your Life

Brow down.

1. First of all, figure out what you're working with.

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That way, you'll be able to figure out whether you should add, subtract, or change the shape of your brows. More here.

3. As a rule of thumb, the head (AKA where the brow begins) of your eyebrows should line up with your nostrils.

Don't remove hair past that point.

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5. Use a brow pencil to fill in your brows BEFORE you pluck so you don't overdo it.

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To really make the outlying hairs obvious, use a brighter pencil color (like white) and wipe it off with makeup remover when you're done.

7. Once you've plucked, use a spoolie brush to brush up your brows. Any hairs that stick up above the brow line can be trimmed with a small pair of nail scissors.

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10. If you're using a pencil, use short, hair-like strokes to mimic the natural look of your brow.

11. You can use a gel with a brush for ~volumized~ brows, and it'll also help fill in sparse spots.

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Gently brush the pomade onto your brows with and against the grain for total coverage. Benefit Gimme Brow is especially good for this.

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12. If your brows are extra thin and you need some serious fill in action, use a pomade and a slanted brow brush.

Anastasia Dipbrow works like magic, but practice makes perfect. Watch the full tutorial here.

13. Or just go all out with every product there is.

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Start with pencil, blend everything with a spoolie brush, fill in with gel, then use a highlighter just underneath.

15. Or, if you're not into doing your brows every day, you can get them professionally tinted.

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Check reviews on Yelp before making an appointment. Depending on the treatment, it can last anywhere from 2-6 weeks.

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16. You can also go the route of eyelash extensions for special occasions (because they sometimes don't last longer than a week).

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