Eyebrows come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Well-groomed eyebrows can dramatically enhance the look of your eyes. Unfortunately, your brows may be naturally thin, sparse or inadequate in length, or you may have accidentally trimmed or plucked too much of them while grooming. Whatever your reason for wanting to extend your eyebrows, you should consider filling them in and extending them with an eyebrow pencil.

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Mark the point where the inner part of your eyebrow should start. Hold your eyebrow pencil vertically and parallel with the corner of your nose and line it up the inner part of your eye. Determine the spot where the pencil crosses the path of your natural brow line. Mark this spot with a small dot or smudge from the pencil.

Mark the point where the outer part of your eyebrow should end. Hold your eyebrow pencil with one end touching the outer corner of your nose and extend it past the outer corner of your eye. Determine the spot where the pencil crosses the path of your natural brow line. Mark this spot with a small dot or smudge from the pencil.

Mark the point where your eyebrow’s arch should be located. Hold your eyebrow pencil with one end touching the outer corner of your nose and extend it past the outer edge of your iris, which is the colored part of your eye. Determine the spot where the pencil crosses the path of your natural brow line. Mark this spot with a small dot or smudge from the pencil.

Fill in and extend your brow as necessary to keep within the parameters you’ve established. It’s best to start penciling in your brow at the inner eye and work your way outward. How thick you make your eyebrows is a matter of personal preference. Try experimenting with different variations until you find a look suitable for you.