The path to well groomed brows is an easy one with helpful diagrams, pictures and lots of practice!
When I first started grooming my brows, I always left out one of the most important step, which is trimming the length of the brow hair. As a result, my brows were always over tweezed or shaved because I was trying to achieve an unrealistic brow shape purely by shaving or tweezing unwanted hairs. I took these super useful diagrams from the Japanese Magazine SOUP and it nicely highlights how to use an arched trimming scissors and a brow comb to trim the length of the brow hairs and achieve a nice brow shape.
They encourage the trimming of the brow length prior to shaving or tweezing stray hairs, which is smart as it helps lessen the chances of over tweezing or shaving and gives the brow a neater appearance.
After you get your desired shape, you can fill your newly groomed brows with a brow pencil, brown eye shadow or eyebrow powder. I like to use both a pencil and some brown eye shadow when I have the time as it gives a very natural yet slightly defined effect.An optional step for even more polished brows would be to use a brow mascara. Any old dried out brown mascara can also give the same desired effect.
Okie, have fun brow grooming!