We are far past the days of super-thin eyebrows of the ’90s. Thicker, fuller eyebrows are here to stay in trend. However, this doesn’t mean that the same style of bigger, thicker brows will suit everyone. When choosing an eyebrow shape, we need to be aware of our face shape, as this will impact the finished look.
With this in mind, we need to shape our eyebrows in a way which compliments the natural features of our faces. Firstly, we need to understand what our face shape is. The different face shapes include square, heart, oblong, round, oval and diamond.
Once you’ve figured out which shape belongs to you, you can choose the best eyebrow shape for you. Let’s delve into which eyebrow shape is best for each face shape.
Heart Shaped Face
Heart-shaped faces look nicest with a softer arch, to balance out the longer chin. In terms of thickness, try opting for a fuller shape.
Square Shaped Face
A higher and more curved arch works lovely on a square-shaped face because it softens and extends the face.
Oblong Shaped Face
A gentle arch will help broaden an oblong-shaped face. Keep clear of high arches because this can make your face appear leaner.
Round Shaped Face
For round faces, fuller brows with a sharpened and angled arch add structure to your face.
Oval Shaped Face
Oval faces are well-balanced and symmetrical. Therefore, it is best to let your natural brow shape guide you. Perhaps lean more toward a soft arch keeping its natural fullness.
Diamond Shaped Face
For diamond-shaped faces opt for a curved brow with an angled arch. This will assist in lengthening the wider part of your face
Here at Defined Cosmetic Tattooing, we offer semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing services, including ombre cosmetic tattoo brows. We help our clients choose the perfect eyebrow shape for their face to achieve their dream eyebrows, and we’d love to help you too! Get in touch with our professional team at Defined Cosmetic Tattooing and book your microblading appointment today. Call us on 021 020 42020 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.