Aug 02, 2011
Like it says I absolutely hate my eyebrows. I know eyebrows aren't supposed to be exactly alike, but mine are so completely different. When I take pictures face on I can't stand the way they turn out. One eyebrow is higher than the other, the ends are sparse and spread out, they just look wonky. I am not quite sure what to do about them. Does anyone have any advice.
I think they both look perfect, you're just being too self-critical. Most people's eyes/eyebrows will have slight differences between each-other. Only you will notice small things like that.
When I saw the photo of your eyebrows I honestly couldn't see anything wrong with them. They're a really lovely shape!
You're WAYY too critical. They look great!! - but I know what you're talking about becuase I have the same problem you do. My eyebrows are naturally not the same. You could use an eyebrow trimmer to define the top of the brow. Contrary to popular belief, it's ok to shape/trim the tops of the brows.
I define them with a trimmer & run a powder along the edges for a sharper look. :)
Thanks for the advice and compliments, this picture doesn't make them look too off but in some pictures they just look crazy lol. :)
I agree with everyone else. They look the same to me
you have perfect eyebrows and that makeup is nice :)
Aug 03, 2011
Sarah, I think it's Michelle Phan who says that... it's pretty cute!
One of my brows is higher than the other, too, but I don't really mind. I think if you just start making small adjustments whenever you redo your brows, maybe you can get them more even. The big trick is to never try drastic changes all at once. Try tweezing a little higher than usual on the low one and trim a little more off the top of the high one. After a couple months, they'll be more even... but thinner. If you want them naturally thick, I'm not sure what (if anything) you could do.
I hated my eyebrows too, though yours look fine!
But mine were super thick and straight, no curve at all. So first I plucked them to have a curve. Then I still didnt like them because they were too low, and the ends came inward instead of out (if that makes sense). Now I shave/pluck off the ends of my eyebrows, I only have half eyebrows. I draw on the rest. :D haha
I seriously can't see anything wrong with your eyebrows!
Thanks for all the advice and compliments I really appreciate it. :)
I have to agree with those who like your brows. They look fine in that pic.
Yours look identical. :) some days i feel like mine are not the same too. LOL.
all i can see is that one is a liiiiiiiittle more inwards than the other. but other than that, they have a nice shape and i could only tell after staring at it for a while. :]
Cant see any different ....
They are beautiful..
To be completely honest, you are SO lucky to have eyebrows like that. Don't do anything to change them. But from experience I've learned that you can see flaws more easily on your face that others probably don't even notice. But if you're insecure about them (and I totally understand, I'm insecure about mine too) I made an eyebrow tutorial video so maybe you can pick up a few tips from it to fix some things you may not like about your brows and basically enhance their natural shape. I guess the key is not to make them LOOK identical, but to make sure the proportions are all the same (i.e. the length and arch height). I find that it works wonders for the shape of the face.
yea girl your brows are on point! no need to stress !
Thanks guys. I feel like such a tool for complaining now! Was just having one of those insecurity moments. :).
Aug 04, 2011
I WOULD KILL TO HAVE YOUR EYEBROWS. LOL
One of mines is longer than the other, but it's nothing eyebrow pencils/powder cant fix.
BTW. YOUR EYE MAKEUP LOOKS GREAT
I really like their shape. I think you should really appreciate how nice they are...not to thin or thick. I used to think just like you, but once i stop trying to find something wrong with them, i found out that i love their shape.
Aug 06, 2011
I think your shape is honestly fine.... it took me a while to notice what you meant about one being higher. Its barely a difference. But, I notice the same thing on myself so I know what you mean. Usually I even my higher eyebrow out by matching it to where my other eyebrow is placed, so I have to make the higher one thicker height wise towards the bottom (if this makes sense) and the one im matching it too ends up appearing a bit thinner so I fill it in at the top of my brow to even them both out. I really hope that made sense :p
Thanks for the suggestions and love everyone. I really appreciate it. You all definitely boosted my confidence and I feel a lot better
Jan 02, 2013
Eyebrows are sisters, not twins:)
You shouldn't hate anything about your self and your being waaayyy too self critical. maybe go to a spa or beauty parlor and tell them that. they're sure to do something.
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