Your brows frame your eyes and reshaping them can make a big difference to the way you look.
Coloring can also change the way that they set off your face.
Contrary to popular belief the hairs of your brow will not grow back thicker if you pluck them.
In fact by constantly plucking your brows you’re more likely to stop them from growing altogether.
Before you do start plucking your brows you need to decide what shape you would like to have.
It is generally best to follow the brows natural arch.
While working with the natural arch of your brow you will get a look that is more in keeping with the shape of your face while still allowing you a lot of room to make improvements.
The arch at the top of the brow will be the line that you would generally want to follow.
The hair will generally be thicker at the center of the brow and the first step is to start plucking that hair from the area at the bottom of the brow line to match that at the top.
Always pluck in the direction that the hair is growing as this is less painful and it is easier to remove the hairs.
For a nice natural look it is quite good to have the brow a similar thickness at the beginning and along through to the centerline and then tapering off to the edges with a nice natural curve.
Before you decide to color your brows try using a similar color with some mascara first.
This will give you an indication of what you will look like once your brows have been colored and if you don’t like what you see you can easily wash it off.
Once you’re satisfied with the color that you like from using the mascara, you can use a more permanent solution.