How to Tweeze Eyebrows

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How to Tweeze Your Eyebrows

Eyebrows with issues.

Let’s jump right into this gentlemen.

When it comes to eyebrows, there are three primary issues: bushy eyebrows, unibrows, and over-plucked eyebrows. That last one may be the worst of all three!

Similar to other hair-infested problem areas you can have, there are several ways to rid unruly brow hair. However, unlike all the other problem areas (nose hair, ear hair, back hair), eyebrows might be the one exception where less is more. Meaning, you want to manage your eyebrows very carefully because they (yes, you should have two of them) are a significant part of your facial expressions.

Whether you’re happy, sad, or angry your eyebrows help emphasize these emotions so tread lightly on the grooming.

Our weapon of choice is the ApeX Original Round Tip Tweezers. They are uniquely designed for management and not giving you that “I just came from the salon, over-plucked look.”

For bushy eyebrows only pluck, extract, or remove those rogue or overgrown hairs. Doing this will result in a natural but well-groomed look. This is a technique that works really well so don’t over think it.

When addressing the unibrow, just remove enough hair to separate your brow into brows. Use the width of the top of your nose as a guide and don’t create a space wider than that. And, just like any other grooming time, clean off the hair from the tweezers tips between each pluck. You got this, Groucho!


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