- In good lighting, hold skin taught and pull hairs in the direction of growth. Tweezers with sharp and slanted edges work best.
- To find where your eyebrows should start, line your tweezers or pencil vertically from the outer edge of your nostril to the inner corner of your eye. Your eyebrows should start where the tweezers align with your brow bone. Repeat on the opposite side. Tweeze sparse hairs between your brows.
- To find your natural arch without placing it too close to the inside of your brow, looking straight forward, line your tweezers or pencil from the outside of your nostril to the outside of your pupil. Your arch should rest where the tweezers hit at your brow bone. Do not over-plucking hair below the arches—they will look unnatural.
- To find the point where your eyebrows should end, line your tweezers or pencil from the outside of your nostril to the outer corner of your eye. Your eyebrow should stop where your tweezers hit at your brow bone. Minimal amount of hair should be plucked from the ends of the eyebrow.
TIP • Tweezing after the shower, when your pores are open, will allow for easier and less painful hair removal.