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Methods to trace the correct eyebrow shape

There are several ways to trace the correct eyebrow shape. The difference between those techniques and who adopts the Eyebrow Tracer is the fact that it prevents mistakes and, at the same time, increases the speed for tracing a correct design.

Below you can see how, with three simple moves, you can determine the starting point, the ending point and the maximum height point of your eyebrow regardless your face typology!

Eyebrow Tracer - How to determine the starting pointStarting point

Place the Eyebrow tracer on the face, so that the bar A goes through the internal side of eye. The intersection between the side of the bar A (marked with a colored point) and the natural eyebrow will show the correct eyebrow starting point.

Eyebrow Tracer - How to determine the ending pointEnding point

Without moving from the starting position, rotate the bar B until its external side is in line with the external side of the eye. The intersection between the bar B (marked with a colored point) and the natural line of the eyebrow will show the correct eyebrow ending point.

Eyebrow Tracer - How to determine the maximum height pointMaximum height point

Move downward the bar A until its upper side coincides with the hairline. Thereafter, rotate the bar C until its external side is in line with the earlobe. The intersection between the bar C and the natural line of the eyebrow will show the correct eyebrow maximum height point.