How to get pro looks from your latweez?

Tweeze the hairs outside the outline.

Hold the skin taut, grasp each hair firmly with the tweezers, and pluck 1 hair at a time in the direction they grow. 

Start with the inner brow, closest to your nose. Use the tweezers to pluck the hairs that are closer to your nose than the dot.

Tweeze the hairs that fall outside the dot on your outer brow.

Tweeze hairs above and below the arch area. Look at the place where your arch should peak and carefully tweeze around it to make the peak slightly more prominent.

Tweeze the bottom of the brow. Pluck stray hairs under your brow and shape the bottom. If you decided you want thick brows, stop after plucking the hairs that grow outside the brow. If you want thinner brows, carefully pluck the underside of the brow to lighten it up.

Tweeze the other brow. 

Now that you've shaped the first one, take extra care to make sure the other brow matches it in shape and size.

Use the same method to tweeze the hairs on the inside of the inner brow dot, the outside of the outer brow dot, around the arch peak, and on the underside of the brow.

Examine both brows in the mirror to make sure they are even.

Keep in mind that eyebrows are never exactly symmetrical, but they should arch in the same place and be as even as possible.


Don't over-tweeze. 

Avoid the temptation to keep tweezing hairs in order to create 2 perfectly even brows.

You risk plucking away too much hair.

Eyebrow hair can take 6 - 8 weeks to grow back, and sometimes it's gone for good. Take care of the hair you have.