1. This line goes from the edge of your nostril, straight up to your forehead. If there is hair to the left of it, pluck it or wax it.
2. This line goes from the edge of your nostril, through your pupil, to you forehead. This is the top of your arch and should be the highest point of your brow before it bends downward.
3. This line goes from the edge of your nostril, to the edge of your eye and to your temple. This is the point that your eyebrow should stop.
* Helpful Tip: This area is also helpful in creating the general direction for a winged eyeliner. The rule of thumb: point the wing toward the end of your eyebrow.
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