2. Determine The Ending Points
Similarly, you need to figure out where your brows should end. Hold the pencil diagonally from the outermost part of your nostril to your temples. The place where the pencil extends past your eye, at point C is where your eyebrows should ideally end.
Note: In both cases, if you find hair strands past the ‘line’ formed by the pencil, shave them off. If there is a gap between the ‘line’ and the actual starting/ending point of your eyebrow, you have to fill it in tactfully in order to get perfect eyebrows.
3. Get The Perfect Arch
To get the perfect arch, hold your pencil’s end vertically against your nostril. While keeping the lower end of the pencil lined up against the edge of your nostril, move the upper part to the center of the eye. The point where the pencil hits your brow line is the natural arch of your brow and will serve as the perfect outline for you to work on. This is point C as shown in the image.
Another important point to be noted is that your eyebrows are levelled. It looks most natural this way. Hold out the pencil from point A to C in a line shown as D, and make sure that it isn’t too slanted, or else you’ll end up looking like a drag queen!