Eyebrow Makeovers - How to Tweeze and Shape Your Eyebrows
Are your brows telling the wrong story? Master eyebrow expert Eliza Petrescu sets things right.
By Jenny Bailly
O, The Oprah Magazine | From the June 2009 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine
The real Michelle: Open, relaxed
"Short brows make all your features seem closer together, which creates a tense expression," said Eliza, who waxed away a little bit of hair underneath Michelle's brows to make a soft arch before using a blonde pencil to fill the inside corners (lining them up with the outer edges of her nostrils). Eliza used the same pencil to elongate the tail ends, tapering them about a quarter inch past Michelle's eyes and lifting them up a bit "to make her face look more open and alive."