How to make my eyebrows look symmetrical
Is it a wasted effort to try and make your eyebrows symmetrical? The truth is your brows are sisters not twins — they will never be 100% identical. However, you can help to improve their symmetry with some simple techniques and a bit of guesswork. All you need is an eyebrow pencil, some concealer and a highlighter.
- Measure the gap between your brows and¬†find the centre using the middle of your nose as a guide. Fill in any gaps at the inner portion of your brows using an eyebrow pencil so they are an equal distance apart from the centre.
- Now do the same thing at the tail end of your eyebrows, for example if you find that one eyebrow is shorter than the other, match it up to the longer one by gently feathering in some fine pencil marks at the end. You’ll have to do some guesswork here but you can always remove any mistakes and start again if you need to.
- Then focus on your arch. Do both of your eyebrow arches begin in an identical spot? If not use your pencil to correct the gradient of each peak and fill in gaps.
- For a full-on symmetrical finish use concealer along the top and bottom of your brows to hide any imperfections, gently blending and buffing it in to create a seamless finish. You’re essentially cleaning up the entire area around your brows so they come to the forefront and pop.¬† A swipe of highlighter underneath will highlight your browbone and create the illusion of a lifted arch too.