Eyebrow shapes that are totally aging you

The 90s called and they want their brows back. Bold, bushy brows a la Cara DeLevingne are all the rage for a good reason: thick and healthy brows are a sign of youth. Tonya Crooks, brow expert and founder of The Brow Gal, told Byrdie, “As we get older, the natural aging process thins the hairs on our bodies.” She explains further that the inevitable consequence of sparse eyebrows, whether from natural thinning or over-plucking, is an older looking face. Instead of forcing a more open eyed look with a thinner brow, women with sparse brows should focus on creating more depth and definition with growth serums, brow pencils and powders. (But don’t try Rogaine.) 

Also, don’t neglect the tails that tend to thin and droop with age. Instead, fill those areas and consider changing the shape of the thinning tail with a more open and upward shape. Brow expert Giselle Soto explained to The Spotlyte, “Opening up the tail helps allow the face to be more exposed. Doing the opposite and closing the tail makes someone look older — and sometimes, even mad or upset.”

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