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For years, I struggled with my appearance. No matter how hard I tried to put on makeup or pluck those eyebrows, I always ended up looking like a crazy person. Fortunately, one of my friends decided to help me out. For a few months, she came over every single morning and helped me to put on makeup, until I learned how to do it the right way. I found that I was doing a lot of things the wrong way, which was making the entire process take much longer than it needed to. Now that I am a seasoned makeup veteran, I decided to set up this website to help other people learn the tricks of the trade.

Tips To Use When Waxing Your Eyebrows On Your Own For The First Time

If you are tired of plucking your eyebrows on a regular basis, you may want to consider waxing them, instead. Waxing your eyebrows allows you to shape them quickly and easily. You do not have to wax your eyebrows as often as you would need to pluck them and will have a more uniform look when you are done. The following guide walks you through a few tips to use when you want to wax your eyebrows for the first time.

Purchase the Right Waxing Medium 

When you want to wax your eyebrows, you will need to purchase the right supplies to get the job done quickly and easily. There are wax strips that are attached to paper that you simply have to warm between your hands and then place them where you want them to go. You can also use wax that you heat on and rub over the hair that you want to be removed with a small stick. Either option will work well, but the strips are less messy.

Wash Your Face Thoroughly

Take the time to wash your face thoroughly to ensure that the wax is able to stick as well as possible to your skin. You want to use a soap that is dye and scent free if possible. There are some people who have allergic reactions to dyes and fragrances in soap, so avoiding them when possible is best.

Use a Brow Guide

When you are shaping your brows, you want to be sure that you do not remove too many hairs at first. You can purchase a brow guide at just about any beauty supply store. The guide allows you to create an outline on your eyebrows with an eyebrow pencil so that you know what hairs need to go and what hairs can stay.

Start Off with Small Amounts of Hair at First

When you first start waxing, it is best to start with very small areas at first. You want to be sure that you do not remove any hairs that you do not want to remove and that the wax is able to grip the hair with ease. The less hair you remove at a time, the more precise you can be.

Once you have finished waxing your eyebrows, your skin will feel tender and may be slightly red. Apply a cold compress to it, and any swelling should decrease within a short period of time.