Look Great


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A new treat­ment that’ll give you softer, smoother hair for months, the art of lay­er­ing skin­care, and the golden rule of brow groom­ing. g.

The golden rule of groom­ing: be­fore you shape or shade those brows, fi­fifind a length that flflat­ters your face. “Brow aes­thet­ics may change over the years, but what never changes is where an at­trac­tive brow be­gins and ends,” says Mally Ron­cal, a makeup artist and the founder of Mally Beauty. To fi­fi­fifind the start of your brow, “hold a pen ver­ti­cally against one side of your nose,” says Kristie Stre­icher, a brow ex­pert and co-owner of Stri­i­ike in Los Angeles. “Where the pen in­ter­sects the brow is the start.” Tweeze any hair be­tween the start­ing points of both your brows. If they be­gin wider than their pre­scribed start­ing points, nar­row the gap by shad­ing in with a brow pen­cil, us­ing hair­like strokes. To de­ter­mine your brow’s tail, “an­gle the pen di­ag­o­nally from your nos­tril to your eye’s outer cor­ner,” Kristie says. “Where the pen crosses your brow bone is the tail.” If your brows peter out ear­lier than where the pen crosses your brow bone, sten­cil in a longer tail with a wa­ter-re­sis­tant prod­uct.

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