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3 Perfect Eyebrow Shape Ideas For Round Face Shapes – Saloni Beauty Corner

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“Some people are gifted with beautiful eyebrows and know exactly how to groom them,” says Alisha Noon, a Vancouver-based eyebrow stylist and makeup artist, “to see how they should be shaped, and then you can maintain them on your own.”

Eyebrows shape and looks equally affect your appearance. Keeping the particular shape of round type face, Saloni now shares ideas to get perfect eyebrow outline that would not make your face look broader.

Best Eyebrow Shapes For Round Face:

  1. Hard Angled:

Hard angled eyebrows enhance youth to the face. These types of eyebrows create a short face seem long and overweight face seem quite slim adding good looks on particularly round faces.

Soft Angled:

Soft angled eyebrows complement girlishness and smoothness to the round face. Soft angled eyebrows appear upright especially on oval, diamond and triangular face shapes. Soft angled eyebrows provide advantage and keep the lovely coherence of a round face away from the weightier lower face appearance.

S Shaped:

S shaped eyebrows add more splendor and beauty to round and diamond face shaped people. Many beauty experts also believe that this particular eyebrows shape could complement even any face shape due to it's exclusive nature and mixture of curvature and powerful outlook providing glamour.

Few Tips from Top Professional To Make Your Brows Look Best:            

“A single hair can change the entire shape of the brow, which in turn changes the shape of your face.”

-Alisha Noon, a Vancouver-based eyebrow stylist and makeup artist

“Find a few different people whose brows you love and ask who does them, As soon as you hear two or three people repeating the same esthetician’s name, it’s pretty safe [to book an consultation].”

-Alisha Noon, a Vancouver-based eyebrow stylist and makeup artist

“You can absolutely maintain them on your own, but hair grows in three different cycles, Usually between the three- and six-week mark is when things start to go a bit amiss, even if you don’t have a huge over-growth of hair.”

-Alisha Noon, a Vancouver-based eyebrow stylist and makeup artist

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