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Get Insta-Worthy Brows Like Cara Delevingne, Emma Watson And Margot Robbie

Get Instagram-Worthy Brows With Napoleon Perdis

Perfectly sculpted brows have come back bigger than ever thanks to the likes of Cara Delevingne, Emma Watson and Margot Robbie. However, there’s a fine line between looking polished and comical, as we noticed when we punched in ‘Instagram Brows’ on Google.

We got the low down from makeup maestro Napoleon Perdis on achieving groomed brows in just a few steps.

Margot Robbie
Margot Robbie

Step 1

“A good brow is crucial to perfecting the face so a good tip is to work with the brows you were born with,” says Perdis.

The start of your brows should loosely line up with the sides of the bridge of the nose. To find where the tail of your brow should end, follow an imaginary line from the tip of your nose, past the outer corner of your eye and up towards the temple; where your brow hits this line should be complementary for your face shape and end your perfect brow.

Emma Watson
Emma Watson

Step 2

“Crisp, blocky edges are generally a sign you’ve gone too far; this type of brow will only make the face look harsh and your brow look unnatural,” said Perdis.

When defining, choose a pigment that’s lighter than the natural colour of your brow.

“To take control over your definition, work against the natural direction of hair growth to quickly coat the skin between the hairs,” said Perdis.

Too much precision is when harsh, unnatural boundaries occur.

Cara Delevingne
Cara Delevingne

Step 3

After defining, always comb back through the brow with a brow comb to take the edge off your definition and to fuse the product into the hairs for soft, raw edges and a natural finish.

What are your top brow tips? Share them in the comments below.

Written by Robyn Foyster

With over 30 years experience as a journalist and TV producer, Robyn Foyster is the owner and publisher of the lifestyle websites TheCarousel.com, GameChangers.com.au and WomenLoveTech.com.

Robyn was voted one of the 30 most powerful women in media at the 2015 B&T Women In Media Awards.

Previously, Robyn was the Publisher and Editor of Australia's three biggest flagship magazine brands - The Australian Women's Weekly, Woman's Day and New Idea.

Robyn won Editor of the Year at the 2007 Magazine of the Year Award and under her helm The Australian Women's Weekly won the inaugural 2008 Australian Magazine Award for Australia's best mass market magazine and New Idea won the MPA's coveted Magazine of the Year award.

She can be contacted on [email protected]

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