Eyebrow Mapping Explained:
Brow Mapping is a three-step custom technique that helps find the ideal shaped brow on any face.
Many of us already have a brow pencil we know gets the jobs done, but finding your brows’ three points — the start, the arch, and the end — can help shape your entire face balancing the eyes, creating lift, and defining the face:
- To find the start, measure straight from the dimple of the nose to the beginning of the brow.
- Seek out your arch by starting at the edge of the nose, then pass through the pupil to the highest portion of the brow.
- Lastly, identify the end. Measure from the outer edge of the nose past the outer corner of the eye.
- The body is around 2/3rd of the brow and has a soft incline.
- The tail is around 1/3rd of the brow and has a soft decline
The Bulb will always be the largest part of the brow and the tail will be the smallest.
A marks the starting point of the brow, just past the bridge of the nose. Size may differ from client to client wanting to achieve a slimmer or fuller brow.
C determines the length of the brow, you can measure this by starting at the edge of the nose all the way up to the corner of the eyelashes with their eyes open. (The tail should be in line with the bulb)
The B line should fall in line with the edge of the iris and the outer corner of the eye.
Lower B is to be determined whether the clients arch needs to be lifted or grown in lower
Upper B, again the same principle with regards to the arch needing to be lifted or lowered.