No matter what the shape of your face, the right eyebrows can help enhance your beauty. However, should you go for thick? Are you better off with arched brows? Would you benefit from a thin shape? Straight?

Before you start tweezing, waxing and threading, here’s a guide to help you choose the right eyebrow shape for your face.

If you have a square face – think Demi Moore or Katie Holmes – make sure your brows complement your face instead of contrasting with it.

More precisely, having thicker eyebrows will achieve this look. Furthermore, they should align the peak of your brow with the widest angle of your jaw. As a result, this will balance out your strong jaw line and give your face a softer look.

If your face is round, an arched eyebrow style will give you a more oval look.

This will elongate your face through the brow’s vertical high peak. For instance, celebrities like Emma Watson and Fergie have round faces with perfectly arched eyebrows to match.

If you have a long face, like Sarah Jessica Parker and Jenny McCarthy, straight and flat eyebrows will really open up your face.

You can achieve this type of look with a low arch. However, an arch that sticks up too much will make your face look even longer. In contrast, a tiny one will open up your face sideways, making you look fuller and younger.

If you have a heart-shaped face, a round arch will soften your look right up.

People with heart-shaped faces like Reese Witherspoon and Kim Kardashian often have more severe chins. Therefore, brows with round arches will relax your look and give the appearance of a more natural eyebrow line.

If you have an oval face, you’re in luck.

People with oval features, like Cameron Diaz and Jessica Biel, look great with most eyebrow shapes. As a consequence of the proportionality of your face, you’ll look great with any style of brow.

If your eyebrows don’t cooperate with the look you’re going for, a brow lift (also known as a forehead lift) is an option for perfect brows!

A brow lift reduces the wrinkle lines that form horizontally across the forehead. Furthermore, it lessens wrinkles that occur on the bridge of the nose, between the eyes. Additionally, a brow lift can improve the vertical creases that progress between the eyebrows (frown lines). Your worries about sagging brows will be eliminated!

Feb 06th 2015