How to Get Rid of the Hairs Between Your Eyebrows

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Getting rid of the hairs between your eyebrows is a great way to give yourself a more uniformed appearance. Get rid of the hairs between your eyebrows with help from the definitive brow and eye expert in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hello, I'm Anastasia Soare, the creator of Anastasia Beverly Hills, and today I'm going to show you how to tweeze your eyebrow correctly in between. So very important is to have a guideline. The best way is to just take a brush with a little powder and place exactly the measurements where your eyebrow should begin and that you will have a guideline, so above the middle of the inside of the nostril you put a mark right there, outside, corner, the other side of the nostril, straight up, the other mark will tell you exactly where the left eyebrow will begin. So basically this is the normal space that you should have in between your eyebrows according to your bone structure, okay. So again, above middle of inside of the nostril, the right eyebrow will start and above the middle of the nostril on the other side will be the left eyebrow. Once you establish exactly where the eyebrow should begin, the beginning of the eyebrows, you have to take your tweezer. Of course, I love my tweezers, are perfectly calibrated and look how thin they are, the tip is very thin and precise. It's not going to miss one hair and you start tweezing in between the marks that you put. Having those marks you will avoid over tweezing because the biggest mistakes women do they over tweeze in between their eyebrows and what that will do to your look, the space will be very big so it will create a very thick nose bridge and it will bring more emphasis on the nose. So the right amount of space is going to balance perfectly your face and your eyebrow will look beautiful and long enough to create that perfect look. Thank you for watching. This is Anastasia, and I love to share my secrets with you.


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