Nothing brightens up a face like perfectly groomed brows, but leave us alone with a pair of tweezers and ours go from nicely shaped to nonexistent. Luckily, there are four new at-home remedies for the overly plucked.
Raising Eyebrows Get advice from the grooming experts at Benefit Cosmetics (the creators of the much-loved Brow Bar) with their new guidebook, Raising Eyebrows ($17). Take the ?Brow Exam? to determine what shape best suits you, learn how to use powders and pencils and get tips for trimming.
Sania?s Shaping Tool If you?re stuck with uneven brows, start from scratch with Sania Vucetaj?s virtual shaping tool ($30 for a three-month subscription). The tweezing guru?s video tutorial traces the shape of your face and brows, then gives you steps for filling them in.
Enhancing Serum Brows looking a little sparse? Put down the pencil and get your hands on the advanced serum ($45) from shaper to the stars Anastasia Soare. Use it twice daily on clean brows for a guaranteed fuller look.
Double-Duty Tweezers Nothing?s worse than hard-to-reach strays, but Mally Beauty?s new tweezers ($20) make grabbing pesky hairs a breeze. Use the pointed ?precise end? for meticulous extraction and the thicker ?shaping end? for larger areas.