Saturday November 23, 2019
Home Life Style Beauty Tips Tips to Get S...

Tips to Get Shapely Eyebrows

International creative director of Paul & Joe Beaute, Craig-Ryan French shares his top tips for beautiful brows, reports femalefirst.co.uk

0
//
Follow these tips for beautiful brows:
Follow these tips for beautiful brows:

Perfectly shaped eyebrows can accentuate the beauty of your eyes, so it’s important to spend that extra time to get them properly trimmed.

International creative director of Paul & Joe Beaute, Craig-Ryan French shares his top tips for beautiful brows, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

Follow these tips for beautiful brows:

* Nobody’s eyebrows are totally symmetrical. A mentor once explained – Think of eyebrows as sisters – not twins. They will resemble one another – but they will never be identical.

Beware of too-thin brows as it can actually make you look older.
Beware of too-thin brows as it can actually make you look older. Pixabay

* To balance wider set eyes, start brows a little closer together. For closer set eyes, begin slightly farther apart.

* The ending tip of the eyebrow should never drop below the level of the beginning of the brow. Brows should sit on the same horizon line or the slightly higher, but never lower.

* Beware of too-thin brows as it can actually make you look older.

Also Read: Get Those Expressive Eyes With Perfect Eyebrows

* Use an eyebrow pencil, or powder that matches the colour of your own eyebrows.

* Exception: If you have pale or blonde eyebrows, use a colour that’s one or two shades deeper than your natural brow colour – this prevents blonde brows from looking washed out, especially when other eye make-up is worn.(Bollywood Country)

Next Story

Check out the 9 Genes Responsible For Eyebrow Colours

Therefore, an in-depth understanding of the pigmentation genes will help improve the treatment of these diseases

0
Get Those Expressive Eyes With Perfect Eyebrows
Get Those Expressive Eyes With Perfect Eyebrows. Pixabay

An international research team has for the first time identified nine genes responsible for eyebrow colours.

Eyebrow colour is one of the most recognisable visual traits of the human body. It has a strong correlation with hair colour, but scientists believe in the existence of overlapping and unique genetic components for both traits.

Previous studies on human eyes, hair, and skin colour have identified multiple gene variants, but no findings for eyebrow colour have been reported as of yet.

For the new study, researchers from China, the Netherlands, Australia, Britain and the US analysed samples of 6,513 European individuals, and graded colours into four categories: red, blond, brown and black, Xinhua reported.

They found that eight genes, previously known pigmentation genes, could affect both eyebrow and hair colour, such as gene variant MC1R, responsible for both blond eyebrows and red hair.

In addition, C10orf11 is the newly-identified gene that only affects eyebrow colours.

Beware of too-thin brows as it can actually make you look older.
Beware of too-thin brows as it can actually make you look older. Pixabay

With these findings, researchers developed an eyebrow colour prediction model and are ready to improve it by studying the different age distributions.

Such a DNA-based eyebrow colour prediction model would improve the human phenotype research and be useful in future forensic applications, said lead author Liu Fan, researcher at the Beijing Institute of Genomics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

“Based on the new discoveries, we can more accurately infer individual hair, eyes, skin, eyebrow colour and other phenotypic information just from a DNA sample,” Fan said in the paper published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.

Also Read- Nose of Kids Hold Clues to Serious Lung Infections

Eyebrow colour is controlled by genes that affect production of pigment. Melanin, for example, is a protective pigment that can block the ultraviolet radiation. Melanin-related gene abnormalities can lead to many diseases, such as albinism, and increase the risk of skin cancer.

Therefore, an in-depth understanding of the pigmentation genes will help improve the treatment of these diseases, the researchers noted. (IANS)