Men, like women, require frequent brow grooming. Yes, you got through the first 20 years of your life without having to do anything about your eyebrows—but things change.
Men's brows demand more effort to keep nice and tidy as they age. Whether you have thick and bushy brows or scraggly brows, every guy may benefit from maintaining their brows on a regular basis.
But before you grab the tweezers or experiment with the current eyebrow grooming craze, here are three things guys should know:
Not every brow-shaping procedure is appropriate.
Over-tweezing is a typical blunder made by many guys while shaping their brows.
Every man's grooming routine should include brow grooming.
We'll go right to the point: bad brows can detract from your image. Out-of-control brows that are on the verge of becoming unibrows are never a nice look on a male.
Thinning brows, which are common in elderly men, are on the same level. Aside from small lines and creases around the eyes (which may be treated with a men's skin care kit), a man's brows are the best sign of his real age.
For men in their twenties and early thirties, brow upkeep often entails keeping everything nice and tidy. Some young guys may only require a few hair pluckings, while others would require more labor.
Men in their late 30s and older should be especially cautious while plucking their receding brow hairs. Fortunately, there are brow shaping products available that may make brows appear fuller without looking unnatural.
Being proactive about your brow grooming regimen is vital, whether you're looking for a date, a promotion, or to feel more confident. Although well-shaped brows will not guarantee you a hot date or a new job, multiple studies have demonstrated that appearance is important to how successful we are (see claim: "This effect is moderated by male physical attractiveness...").
Furthermore, well-shaped brows enhance confidence. You can get flawlessly natural-looking brows that complement your gorgeous appearance and confidence with a few basic brow shaping methods.
If you're afraid of professional brow treatments or don't want to spend the money, shaping your brows at home is a cost-effective solution. However, choosing the DIY way has a few drawbacks, like the possibility of messing up your brows and having to live with the repercussions.
The most essential thing to remember is that you do not want to overdo it, whether you pluck, wax, or thread them. It may be tempting to pluck every gray or straggling hair you discover, but once you look in the mirror, you will immediately regret it.
There are alternatives to tweezing for shaping your brows, but they should not be used. Most males only require a little tweezing to get outstanding brows.
Waxing kits for at-home use provide the advantage of eliminating super-fine hairs that are difficult to pluck. The issue is that waxing may be a bit of a learning process. Do you really want to risk tearing off half of your brow? We didn't believe it.
As previously said, tweezing too aggressively might result in sparse-looking brows that seem worse than before. Begin slowly and avoid removing too much.
Remember that bushy brows aren't always a bad thing. George Clooney, Robert Pattinson, Dave Franco, and many more attractive male celebs have bushy, natural-looking brows.