Step 1 Trim: Using a spiral brush, define your brow shape, brush hairs up and into place. Using a stainless steel brow shaping scissor, trim excess length from each brow, checking for equal balance and proportion as you work. Do not over trim, which can make brows look too sparse.
Step 2 Tweeze: Using a warm washcloth, open your pores. Tweeze along the natural shape and arch of your brow line with a slant tweezer. Tweeze each individual hair from the root to avoid breakage; pull smoothly in the direction of hair growth. Once basic shape is defined, tweeze between brows and use a point tweezer to grab baby fine strays and any short, tricky stubs. A lighted magnifying mirror will help you see where the fine hairs are.
Step 3 Soothe: Add soothing cream or cucumber slices to soothe tender brow areas and help reduce inflammation and redness.