Have you ever wondered where the brow arch should start? Where it should end? Where it should be exactly?
Balance is wrong. Shorter in the end than in the front of the arch.
Here’s a tip for you:
Take a look at the brow and check to see if the the length of the brow from the beginning of the eyebrow to the arch is roughly the same as the length from the arch to the end. If it is, your arch is in alignment. This balance helps to open and widen the eyes.
If the outer 1/2 of the brow is much shorter than the front, then the arch is too far out, or too far past the arch of the brow to maintain a balance. Too far out arches can make the eyes actually look close set and creates a unbalance in the eye structure of the face.
Balance in the right place. Even length between the beginning to arch, and the arch to end.
Get the arches set up perfectly by a brow professional. If it’s off, it can be one of the hardest areas to fix….
Where is your arch?