Like haircuts, eyebrow shapes aren’t one-size-fits-all. Just like your hairstyle, the shape of your eyebrows can make or break your entire face.
Getting perfect brows really depends on the dimensions of your face. Straight for long, arched for round or clean and sharp for square? The brow styles that can transform every face shape for the better.
So how do you go about learning how to shape eyebrows? For starters, your unique face shape plays a role in determining which eyebrow shape works best for you.
Because square faces like Sofia Vergara’s are already very defined, a softer shape to your brow is key in balancing the effect. Thus, the solution is to trim your brows in a soft, rounded shape.
The face is almost as wide as it is long, and the face is widest at the cheeks – just like Gigi Hadid! So, you need to shape your brows in an angular form with a high arch.
The model Joan Smalls has a long face – forehead, cheekbones and jaw line are all about the same width and the chin is narrow oval. The same rules apply for everyone with a long face – don’t go too hard on the arch and try to extend your eyebrows more.
Consider yourself lucky if you have a heart-shaped face like Kerry Washington’s! To discover the perfect eyebrow shape, simply aim for tight eyebrows to balance the small chin and jaw line.
If you have an oval shape like Jessica Alba’s, then your forehead is wider than the chin, and the face tapers to a narrow oval chin. Thus, balanced eyebrows would look absolutely amazing on you! The soft angled shape goes straight up and then gently curves round at the top and down.