What's the easiest way to make or break your look? Your brows!
A great set of full, perfectly arched eyebrows can instantly frame your face and accentuate your features.
But figuring out the perfect eyebrow shape for your face can be intimidating, and it's easy to mess up without some guidance.
Bobbie Thomas, TODAY's style editor, shows us how to get the perfect brow shape in just three steps.
Tools Required: All you need is a thin, long object, such as a ruler.
1. Find where your eyebrow should start:
Pick an eyebrow to shape first. To figure out where your eyebrow should start, point a ruler straight up from the top of your nostril, toward your forehead. Your eyebrow should start where the ruler is.
2. Find your highest eyebrow peak:
To find the highest peak of your eyebrows, keep the bottom of the ruler on the side of your nostril and rotate the ruler outward toward your ear, so that it's directly crossing the middle of your iris (the black center of your eye). This should be the highest part of your brow.
3. Find where your eyebrows should taper off:
To find out where your eyebrow should taper off, move the ruler down to the outer edge of your nostril. Rotate the ruler even farther than before, so that it hits on the outer edge of your eye. This should be where your eyebrow should taper off and end.
Repeat the above steps for the other brow.