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UN­DER­STAND THAT YOU CAN ONLY WORK WITH THE BROW SHAPE YOU HAVE...

“Un­der­stand that you can only work with the brow shape you have,” says celebrity makeup artist Sab­rina Ri­naldi. “You can ma­nip­u­late the shape or arch of your brow within a range, but, just like when you line your lips, if you do it too much, it looks fake.” Gen­er­ally, she says, the shape of your nat­u­ral brow is the shape that looks best on your face. (You can find this by let­ting brows grow out—hands off!—for about a month.) When it’s time to start shap­ing, use the fol­low­ing as a guide­line for which hairs to pluck and which ones to leave alone.

IN­NER B ROW

The brow should be­gin di­rectly above the in­ner cor­ner of your eye.

ARCH

The peak of the brow should align with the out­er­most edge of your iris.

TAI L

Draw an imag­i­nary line di­ag­o­nally out from the lower lash line; that is where the tail of the brow should end.

CELEBRITY MAK EUP ARTIST SAB RINA R INALDI

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