Tools: tweezers, clear mascara, eye-liner (optional). Brooke’s unruly brows are back. In fact they never should have fallen out of favor in the first place if you ask Napoleon Perdis. “Thicker brows make you look younger. A high arch adds a youthful, fresh look to any face." For Brooke's thick line, you may need to grow your over-tweezed brows out first. When they're good and thick, start by plucking any unibrow traces on the bridge of your nose, working backwards until you reach the inner corners of your eyes. You may want to mark just above your brow with an eye-liner pencil (like a surgeon) so you know exactly where you should stop tweezing. As you pluck, use quick motions grabbing one hair at a time to avoid irritation and over-thinning. Don’t tweeze any hairs above your brow line. The top of your brow should always remain intact. Finish up with a clear mascara, sweeping brow hairs in an upward motion, giving extra attention to the hairs above the inner corners of your eyes.
Nov 8, 2010