Eyebrows frame the face and makes it more expressive. As Brow Artist, you need to be able to create a frame that flatters their face. It is important to under the anatomy of the brows, so you are able to create and refine sections to suit your clients face and preferences.
The front is the beginning of the brow. It's positioning is extremely important as it will dictate the placement of the rest of the brow shape.
The front should be in line with the middle of the nostril.
The body is the central part of the brow that consists of the bridge and arch. The bridge connects the front to the arch. It is extremely important to keep the bridge as flat as possible. The arch is the highest point of the brows.
If the client has a wide face, the arch should be placed in line from the side of the nose through the pupil. An arch that sits further in will create the illusion of a thinner face.
If the client has a thin face, the arch should be placed in line from the side of the nose through the iris of the eye. An arch that sits further out will create the illusion of a wider face.
The tail is the end of the brow. Most clients will have very sparse hair in this area, so it's important to create a crisp outline.