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where should your eyebrows start and end watch

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    i read you use a ruler or something straight by your brow down to your nose or something to see where it starts, but how do you know your holdin it straight?
    and where does it end
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    Just over your lips should be good.
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    Ive heard that. Hold a pencil upfrom each side of your nose
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    Mine tend to meet in the middle, it's fantastic. Probably one blessing of quite fair hair.
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    Or like this if you want to look super glamorous

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    start from the nose or corner of inner eye
    and i've heard they should end diagonal from your outer eye at about 45 degrees.-not sure how to explain this but its how mine go
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    just go to the beauticians!! they know what they're doing lol
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    The start of peoples eyebrows vary, depending on your natural brow.

    To find where it ends, hold a pencil from your nose to the outer corner of your eye... then extend the line up and that is where your brow should end.

    This is a pretty good description of what I'm talking about http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBRC7OY-8UE
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    (Original post by x-pri-x)
    just go to the beauticians!! they know what they're doing lol
    Hello baby, wanna shag?
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    It's called eyebrows cause they should start over your eyes, duh :awesome:

    (Original post by learner_dancer)
    Just over your lips should be good.
    Are you talking about a moustache rather than eyebrow? :lolwut:
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    (Original post by Cultivated)



    Are you talking about a moustache rather than eyebrow? :lolwut:
    Looooooooooooolll
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    just above the start of your eyes and should end diagonally from the end of your eyes.
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    (Original post by lnx)
    Hello baby, wanna shag?
    haha
    no
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    (Original post by x-pri-x)
    haha
    no
    Ahhh so that's the smell of rejection, my stomach is hurting me Can't you help me? errrrrrrrrrrrrrm Bl0wJ0b?
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    http://nikkicrumpet.blogspot.com/200...ws-go-bad.html
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    (Original post by lnx)
    Ahhh so that's the smell of rejection, my stomach is hurting me Can't you help me? errrrrrrrrrrrrrm Bl0wJ0b?
    Wtf man! go out and make some friends lol
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    (Original post by x-pri-x)
    Wtf man! go out and make some friends lol
    hahaha why are you so mean to me?
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    (Original post by boredyay)
    i read you use a ruler or something straight by your brow down to your nose or something to see where it starts, but how do you know your holdin it straight?
    and where does it end
    there should be no hair directly over your nose, and the eyebrow should curve along with the eye, ending at a 45 degree angle to the corner of your eye......just imagine extending the line of the cleopatra/amy winehouse eyeliner look
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    If you can only count one eyebrow, it's too long.
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    (Original post by plushymcmuffin)
    If you can only count one eyebrow, it's too long.
    lol
 
 
 
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