How To Trim, Tweeze & Sculpt Your Eyebrows
Confessions of a Gymcel
Today we’re looking at how you can properly tweeze and groom your eyebrows. Now big disclaimer I don’t mind leaving my eyebrows relatively thick. I don’t think you have to arch them if you don’t want to! I think a lot of different elements of grooming can come down to personal preference. That being said there will still always be grooming essentials. Like avoiding a unibrow. We want to clean up the hairs in the middle of our eyebrows and on the ends of our eyebrows. If left un tweezed these hairs will simply run rampant!
After you’ve taken care of both the center and outer sections of your eyebrows, it’s time to trim! You can do this one of two ways you can use the time tested and true method of grooming scissors and a comb or you can use a groom tool.
The scissors and comb combination will give you way more control over maintaining ideal levels of symmetry. Grooming tools can work well however, some of them in my experience have been inconsistent. I’m currently using the Philips Norelco Series 3000 and it has done a great job removing bulk from my eyebrows when testing it. However, I’d still rather stick with the scissors and comb.