How to Fix Eyebrow Overplucking
Step-by-Step by Nancy Parker

The Problem: Fixing overpluck without help is not easy. Hairs look messy as they grow back. It is hard to leave "the mess" alone.

The Solution: Following the steps below will both cover up the mess and guide you to a beautiful shape. It removes the urge to pluck  and  gives new hair a chance to grow.

  Mark where to start your brows  

• Eyebrowz White Stick


Mark where you want the brow to begin and end. In this example only the brow beginning was marked.

  Position the Stencil  

• An Eyebrow Stencil (Na#1 was used in this example)
• Eyebrowz Stencil Holder (Optional)


Place the stencil in position, lining up the inner corner of the stencil with the white mark you have made. 

  Brush on the Powder  
• Powder Puff Brush
• Eyebrowz Brow Powder (Match the powder color to your hair color)


Using small light strokes, brush the powder over the stencil area. Use a cotton swab or sponge brush to lightly blend down the powder. Many women lightly brush over a small amount of transparent face powder to help hold and further soften the look.
  Maintain a New Shape      
• Eyebrowz Slant Tweezers


Tweeze only those hairs that grow outside the created brow area. Hairs growing inside this area will not be seen as messy stubble.
  Get this look:    
Where to from here?

Eyebrowz White Stick



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