Don’t pluck another hair! It should take a few weeks for your brows to grow back – but until then here’s how to use brow pencils and shadows to make your brows look natural again…
STEP 1: Redraw the framework of your brow with a pencil that matches your hair. Using swift, light, small strokes, draw a line that begins above the inner corner of your eye, goes gradually up to just above the outer rim of your iris, then tapers down.
STEP 2: Once your brow is penciled in, use a small, stiff, slanted brush to layer a hair-matching shadow over the line to create a soft, natural effect. Use gentle strokes to apply it over the pencil until your brows look almost a quarter-inch wide at inner corners and the arches are fluid.
STEP 3: Make sure you have a professional shape them the next time.