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Eyebrow Shapes

Eyebrows are very important part of our face and we should shape it according our face shapes. In this

post, I am going to show you which eyebrows shape suits you and how you find a perfect eyebrow shape

for your face.

Round Shaped Face:

High arched shape brows suit best to round shaped face and its peak

lays near the end of eyebrow and the tail is short.


 

 

 

Oval Shaped Face:

It is the quality of a oval shaped face that it looks good with any kind of eyebrow shape.

 

 

Square Shaped Face:

Square shaped face has strong jaw lines and for this face a strong arch

shaped eyebrow with a peak lays  above the jaw line is recommended.









Heart Shaped Face:

Round shaped eyebrows suit best to heart shaped face.








  

 

 

 

Long Shaped Face:

For Long shaped face, it is necessary to have flat shaped eyebrow to

avoid further face elongation.

 

 





 

 

 

Diamond Shaped Eyebrows:


It is the most angular form of face shape and its width could look

narrow if we make a more rounded or peaked eyebrow shape.









Eyebrow Shape For Big Eyes:


 Big eyes look more beautiful with round shaped eyebrows.

 

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