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7 Eyebrow Shapes For Different Face Types

Eyebrow Shapes For Different Face Types - Maybelline India

Your eyebrows tie your entire look together as they can make or break your final look and you need to groom them perfectly to flaunt the look of your dreams. But before you start, there are several things you need to consider when trying to achieve the perfect brows. You may be among many who may have never thought about this - but one important thing to learn is your face shape before you groom your brows. Not all face shapes are the same and that’s why you need to know what will suit you the best. Confused? Not sure where to start? We’re here to help you understand how to shape eyebrows depending on your face type. What are you waiting for? Read ahead to frame and highlight the beautiful features you have with ease.

Eyebrow shapes for different face types

1. Eyebrow shape for round face

The best way to shape eyebrows for a round face is by lifting everything upwards rather than outwards. Use an eyebrow pencil to create a sharp arch and make it slightly darker here than the rest of your eyebrow. Take the arch as high as possible, without making it look unnatural. Groom your hair well so that they point upwards and avoid rounded brow shapes.

2. Eyebrow shape for square face 

The idea is to create soft and curved eyebrows to make your face look longer. While doing so, you must create a dip in the centre and a subtle rise above the eyebrow bone. The arches should be drawn in such a way that grabs the attention from the jaw to the eyes and soften the jaw.

3. Eyebrows for a heart-shaped face

If you have a heart-shaped face, the trick is to balance your chin as the focus is already on your eyes and forehead. So, go for a soft, straight, rounded, and low arch to balance your features. Flaunt full, fluffy eyebrows as your forehead is the widest part of your face and can handle the attention.

4. Eyebrows for an oval-shaped face

You are blessed if you have an oval face as there are no rules that apply while doing your eyebrows in this situation. All you need to do is use your brow pencil to create a natural, soft, long eyebrow with a lower arch at the tail. However, an oval-shaped face can pull off any eyebrow shape so feel free to pick your favourite eyebrow shape as you won’t go wrong.

5. Eyebrow shape for diamond face

Have a diamond face shape? Go for a straight brow without a peak to achieve the desired effect and widen the appearance of your forehead. Keep the arch rounded to make your face appear shorter. A pro tip to clean up around the brow and sharpen your face is to use a concealer. Make sure that you choose the right concealer shade and go for a shade or two lighter to create a brightening effect. You can now find your ideal concealer shade match on the Maybelline Fit Me Finder tool in just a few clicks.

6. Eyebrow shape for rectangle face

Thinking about how to shape eyebrows for a rectangle face? Non-structured eyebrow shapes are what you need to create as a rectangle face is long, with a defined jawline. Try a shape with a slight curve at the end to flatter your features. Avoid peaked eyebrows as that will make your face look even longer.

7. Eyebrows for triangle shaped face

You have a triangle face if your jawline is wider than your forehead. In this situation, you must add volume and fullness to your eyebrows as that will help soften the features. So, keep the arches curved and low and do not narrow the tail of the brows.

Now that you’re aware of the eyebrow shapes for different face types, it’s time to flaunt your brows immediately. Need help to finalise the rest of your makeup? Use the Maybelline Virtual-Try On tool that helps you experiment with different face makeup, eye makeup and lip makeup products virtually, without any commitments. You can also find your ideal foundation shade on the Maybelline Foundation Finder tool and your best-suited lipstick shade on the Maybelline Lipstick Finder tool to look the best from the rest!

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