What are some tips for eyebrow plucking?
While I generally push for more brows, not less, we all know that things can get pretty hairy pretty fast, especially if you’re using a brow enhancer like WINK to help them. In any case, I have a lot of experience–good and bad–with plucking my eyebrows, so I can definitely pitch in on this one.
Here’s my best eyebrow plucking tips from years of experience:
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Step 2: Draw Before You Drive
Draw that brow shape onto your brows, using a brow pencil (or even an eyeliner would work). This will help you see where you should and shouldn’t pluck. If you don’t do this, it’s easy to pluck away stray hairs that look like they stick out, but are actually in areas where you’re trying to grow your brows. This was a game changer for me.
Step 3: Pare Down
Before you start plucking, brush your brow hairs upward with a spoolie (that’s the brush at the end of a brow pencil or lash comb), and trim them (using brow scissors) if they go outside of the drawn-on area. This is not a necessary step, but it will prevent you from accidentally plucking out hairs that look out of place, but are actually just a little too long.
Step 4: Get Prizzy WIth It
When it comes time to pluck, use tweezers with precise flat edges and no gap between the blades (). Get as close to the root of the hair as possible, even wiggly the tweezers down near it if you need to, and pluck pulling outward, toward your ear. So on the left side, pull the hairs outward toward your left ear and vice versa. This will help get the hair out by the root and not break it at the skin.
Takeaways: Eyebrow Plucking Tips
I hope that helps! For more brow tips on shaping, trimming, plucking, filling, etc. you can download our