Men also pay attention to their brows! The beauty business has been increasingly focusing on guys as of late since men of all ages have been more interested in eyebrow grooming and improving their looks.
The volume, color, and form of the brows have become particularly attractive features of masculine beauty. Men's eyebrows are a highly essential facial feature, so finding the perfect shape for your face may completely change the way you look and increase your masculinity.
Here's a rundown of the ideal male brow shapes for each face type, along with instructions on how to shape your brows into each form.
Males natural brows don't exhibit as much variation as women's do; the majority of males have one of four equally prevalent arch shapes:
Sharp-angled arch, rounded-angled arch, flat-angled arch, and soft-angled arch.
The remainder of the facial characteristics, particularly the form of the face, as well as the size of the forehead and the location of the hairline, all influence the optimal shape of a man's eyebrows. Another aspect to take into account is brow thickness.
It's feasible that your face would benefit from changing your natural brow contour. Fortunately, changing the shape of one's brows is one of the quickest fixes for this issue.
Let's compare each form to a set of facial traits one by one.
Remember that the harmony of opposites serves as the basic guideline for selecting the ideal men's eyebrow shape. Therefore, a sharper brow shape that adds definition is preferable if you have a round face with soft features. On the other hand, a gentle arch without sharp edges will soften its harsh characteristics.
A circular face can benefit greatly from angled arches. A significant angle toward the tail of the brow arch offers definition to a round face and reduces its spherical appearance. It visibly elongates the face and raises the features on the top half of the face.
Contrary to common thought, acute pains may be quite masculine and give the face a more mature, serious appearance.
However, if the rest of your features are sharp, a really acute angle won't really work. A strongly slanted brow has to be softened if you have extremely sharp cheekbones since it might conflict with them.
The softly angled men's eyebrow shape is more or less ubiquitous and looks good on practically every face. It complements a more extended face and, unlike a very acute angle, works well with strong cheekbones. It can subtly define oval forms.
This male eyebrow style elegantly frames the eyes and allows them to take center stage rather than drawing too much attention to the eyebrows themselves.