When it comes to grooming your eyebrows, mathematics must always prevail over personal preferences and improvisation. Otherwise, there is a risk that they will be too arched, thin or short.
The following is the definitive guide (don't worry, it's only three simple steps) that will help you get flattering eyebrows according to your face.
The first step is to determine if you have a frown. Draw an imaginary line from the center of the nostrils to the forehead. Are there hairs between the two lines? To a greater or lesser extent, all men tend to have hair between the eyebrows. If they are a few loose hairs, you can leave them, but if the thing is quite dense, then you should remove them to avoid the permanent angry face and give the face space.
And now that we have a perfect brow start, let's give it a good ending too. Draw another imaginary line. This should be a diagonal from the outside of each nostril to the temples. The brow should end just where the line meets the brow. If they are too long, fix them with tweezers. When the eyebrows start and end in the right place, we enhance the natural contours of the face, which makes us look and feel more attractive.
When it comes to form, more work almost always leads to worse appearance. Pull out all the hair that you find between the top and the hairline, but do not touch the arch beyond those three or four hairs that usually grow in nobody's zone. Lean into a straight shape while preserving the natural thickness of the eyebrow to avoid strands without personality and faces of permanent surprise.