When your eyebrows begin to grow in full and natural after an eyebrow transplant procedure, you will need to maintain them. Some people elect to have beauty professionals handle this process However, if you are more of a DIY-er, you may find the following eyebrow shaping tips helpful.
Know which shape your want before you begin
Different eyebrow shapes will complement certain faces better than others. Do the research to know which shape will work best with your face shape. This will give you a good starting point before you begin. Most health and beauty websites have guides to help you choose.
"Guidelines can really save you from overplucking your eyebrows."
Don't be afraid to use guidelines
Guidelines can save you from overplucking. By using an eyebrow pencil to draw the desired shape, you can easily see which hairs need removed and which ones should stay.
Think up and out
Once you have established the initial shape, take an eyebrow brush and comb upward. According to Elle, this will give your eyebrows more volume and help you see where the stray hairs are so you can pluck them out. Just be sure to only pluck the hairs that are outside of your pre-established guidelines.
A little redness and irritation is normal after shaping your eyebrows, but if you want to reduce the inflammation, you could consider applying cortisone cream or aloe vera gel to soothe the area. Most over-the-counter solutions will be sufficient to get your skin back to normal.
An eyebrow transplant can give you back the freedom of shaping your own real eyebrows. If you have thin or nonexistent eyebrows and want a natural solution, you should consider this procedure as an option. To schedule a consultation today, click the image below.
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