There’s always talk about what’s best for you, whether it be the best hairstyle for your face, or the best fit and cut for your body. Your brows frame your face in the same way your hair does, so why not find out the best shape that suits you? Brow expert Hibba Kapil of Hibba Beauty Studio gives BeautyStat some of the best brow tips on how to find the best brow shape based on the shape of your face.
If you have a round face: Your brows should have more of an angular than round arch. A more angled brow will help to better frame the face, and give the illusion of less fullness by counteracting the roundness of your face. Having a thinner brow will not make your face look thinner. A medium to full thickness in the brow will create more balance with your face.
Camilla Belle has a slight arch for her heart-shaped face
If you have a heart-shaped face: A brow shape that is more rounded will help soften an angular, heart-shaped face. A very slight bend in the brows also draws the eye upward, which counteracts the downward pull of the more pointed shape of your chin.
If you have a square face: Like the heart shape, you want your brows to have a delicate arch to help add softness to the face. The ideal shape will be straight to the arch and rounded on the outer half.
Penélope Cruz’s square-shaped face is complimented with a rounded arch
If you have an oval face: Your brow options are basically limitless if you have an oval-shaped face. Hibba would suggest a medium to full thickness, and a more prominent arch.
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