When was the last time you groomed your eyebrows? Some people assume that only women need to pick and pluck their eyebrows, but this isn't true. Men can benefit from eyebrow grooming as well, simply because it enhances their facial features while promoting a cleaner and more sophisticated appearance. But there are a few rules you should follow when grooming eyebrows.
Don't Wax Your Eyebrows
In most cases, it's best for men to avoid waxing their eyebrows. Many fashion and personal image consultants believe that waxing creates an artificial look, which is something that should be avoided. There's a time and place for waxing, but it generally doesn't involve eyebrows. Stick the tweezers and avoid waxing your eyebrows.
Do Use Tweezers
Instead of waxing your eyebrows, you should use tweezers to pluck them. Doing so will create a more natural look by showing signs of progression. Instead of having completely smooth skin next to your eyebrows, tiny hair follicles will remain present; thus, creating more natural-looking eyebrows.
Don't Over Pluck
One of the most common mistakes guys make when grooming their eyebrows is plucking out too many hairs. Why is this a problem? Well, you may have initially planned to pluck out just a couple of stray hairs. As you continue, however, you may go overboard, plucking out so many that it makes your eyebrows look thin and less full.
Do Color Them When Needed
It's bound to happen sooner or later: you wake up one morning and notice a gray hair embedded in your eyebrows. Assuming it's just a single hair, you can pluck it and call it a day. But once several begin to pop up, you'll need to color your eyebrows so they maintain a uniform appearance.
Do Use Brow Gel
Yes, there are products designed specifically to enhance the eyebrows. Applying just a small amount of "eyebrow gel" will smooth out your eyebrows so they look cleaner and more even. Just remember to use caution so you don't overdo it. Applying too much eyebrow gel could have a negative impact on your appearance by making your brows let wet. When it comes to brow gel, the mantra less is more tends to be true. If your eyebrows still don't look right, you can always add more as needed.