Press : FASHION Magazine Beauty Panel [Challenge 90 : Maintaining Brows]

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Eyebrows are always such a personal thing, with personal preferences. Because I’m a makeup artist, I’ve noticed many of my clients from different cultures prefer differently shaped brows. I know Asians tend to like straighter brows, as they think it looks softer.

Personally I like my brows to have a bit of an arch. I had them quickly shaped once when I was 16 years old by a makeup artist. And since then, I’ve just groomed them myself by following that same shape. Never waxed, except once by an esthetician, which wasn’t very accurate. I still had to fix them a bit myself after. So I always tweeze for best results. My brow hairs don’t tend to grow very long, so not much need to trim them.

For the last couple of years, I’m embarrassed to admit that I’ve been super lazy and have not touched my brows at all! However, they more or less have maintained their shape over the years, with the odd stray hairs on my brow bone. Typically, I used to use an angle brush and some medium brown eyeshadow to fill them in. But lately I’ve been using an eyebrow pencil with a small comb on the other end to soften the edges a bit, and I find that works great and is super quick!

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Maggie Ng