With the right tools and a little knowledge, you can do wonders with eyebrows, without fuss.
I made this transformation on a girl the other day, with only tweezers and brow shadow from Oriflame - at the same time as she had a wild 2-year-old in her lap and a 3-year-old next to her who was screaming "Helena came and leeek with miiig!"
It went quickly, and the result was still not a complete shame:
I love plucking eyebrows, and plucking from the beginning is not something I really find difficult, but an eyebrow that is already shaped "wrong" is a little worse! It is important that you can see exactly the shape in front of you that you want to achieve, to know which straws to remove and which to let grow out.
She had let them grow out a little so they are a bit messy, but you see that she has had a classic "bandy club shape" before, which means that the brow itself is quite straight, but in the front it is bent downwards.
What I want to do with such eyebrows is first and foremost to fill in that void in the front that creates the bandy club bend. Then make it a little longer to the sides so that you can shape the highest point a little more - and the only way is really to let the straws grow out more.
As you can see, not a lot of straw outside the mold is removed, but since I can not add straw, you have to cheat with brow shadow at first!
The result is a shape that frames the eyes, and is more adapted to the face.
What do you think? :)