2010年8月21日 星期六

Eyebrow Shapping Lessons for sissies

Eyebrow Shaping Lessons for sissies




> I like to start with my eyebrows and work down. Madam has always

> insisted that an order be developed to makeup and the best order is from

> the top down. Eyebrows don't require daily maintenance like other

> beauty work does but they do remain after the makeup is washed off so

> become a very important part of sissification. I would also mention that

> applying makeup is best done properly attired. Madam prefers me in

> panties, bra, corset, nylons and slip. This helps to set the mood and

> reinforce the correct image a sissy should have of himself when staring

> into the mirror applying makeup.



> With eyebrow shaping you take your appearance to a new level of beauty.

> A well-groomed brow line creates the subtle difference that will affect

> the overall look of your entire face. To demonstrate this effect, draw a

> simple face on a piece of paper leaving the eyebrow area blank. With a

> light pencil, try out different eyebrow shapes to conceptualize the

> impact that the brows have to change not only the look, but also the

> overall expression and emotion of the facial features. You can also do

> this with your photo and making little cutouts to fit it.

>

>







Determine the Correct Shape



> You will need a thin eyeliner pencil to start. If you don't have one

> you need to purchase one not use someone else's.

>

> Start the eyebrow shaping process by determining the correct design for

> your face and features. First hold the pencil against the side of your

> nose, vertically, straight up to where it meets the brow. This is the

> spot where your eyebrow should start. As a guideline, make a small mark

> with the pencil there on your skin.

>

> Next you will turn the pencil at an angle, holding it against the

> nostril, so that it crosses over the center of your eye. Notice where

> the pencil now intersects the eyebrow, this is where the peak of your

> arch should start. Make another mark on your skin as a guide here.

>

> Lastly, keep moving the pencil at an angle against your nostril until it

> meets the edge of the outer eye. Where the end of the pencil now meets

> the eyebrow is your eyebrow's ending point. Make another mark on

> your skin here.

>

> Using these three marks on both eyes provides you a general guideline on

> how the shape of your eyebrow should be based on the shape of your face.

>

> The other consideration for the correct eyebrow shape is the thickness.

> Ideally, the impact of your eyebrows should balance with the rest of

> your face and hair. If you have thick hair with larger facial features,

> your eyebrows should be thicker and more dramatic. In contrast, if you

> have thin hair and petite features, your eyebrows should be more subtle.

>

> Here is a quote from a professional makeup artist:

>

> As a professional makeup artist, I break the eyebrows down into parts.

> The larger part near the middle is called the comma. From the beginning

> of the brow (near the nose) to the arch should be as long as possible.

> The distance should be longer than the distance from the arch to the end

> of the brow, creating a natural arch. If both parts are equal in length,

> the brows will look round and the shape will get lost. Also, the comma

> needs to be thicker and taper towards the arch. If the comma is too

> thin, the eyebrow will also look round. When the middle hairs are

> removed (near the nose) the arch gets lost.

>

> A common mistake is to dig for the arch in the comma area. The arch

> should be approximately at the outer edge of the iris. If you tweeze or

> wax the middle hairs out over and over, chances are they will not grow

> back. These hairs are fine and are suppose to be feathery and less

> dense.

>

>

> Where to Start the Brow

> The biggest mistake that most sissies make is thinking that the brow is

> supposed to start where the eye begins. That is incorrect. The eyebrow

> needs to start farther into the middle on either side of the nose, then

> the brows will frame the face. They need to work together along with the

> eyes, not separately. The face and the features all need to be balanced.

> Taking a person's features into consideration is very important. A

> person who has big eyes, full lips, and dark full hair cannot get away

> with thin brows. Even blondes, in my opinion, can only wear smaller

> brows if the length is still there.





Tweezing



> Before you begin your eyebrow shaping, gather all your tools

> –tweezers, brow brush and small scissors. Preferably, you should

> begin by checking to see how much your eyebrows need a trim. Eyebrow

> hairs are longer than most people realize, and simply trimming them can

> be enough for some faces. When the hairs are lightly cut, not only will

> it decrease the brow density, it also helps the hairs to lie flat -

> instantly creating a clean line to your brow.

>

> Always trim before tweezing, not after, as you might end up removing

> some hairs that just needed to be trimmed. Start by brushing the eyebrow

> hairs straight up with your brow brush, and then trim any stray hairs

> that extend past the upper brow line. Next, brush all the hairs straight

> down and trim the hairs extending past the brow line underneath. After

> you have done your trimming, brush all the hairs back into place.

>

> Tweezing can be a painful process for some, so to ease the discomfort,

> you should pluck after a steamy shower or a warm face washing. This will

> help the pores to open and enable the hairs to remove easier. If you are

> particularly sensitive, slightly numbing the area with ice before

> tweezing will also help.

>

> Always make sure that you have good lighting when eyebrow shaping. Using

> the previous method for ensuring the proper shape, follow the marks and

> tweeze the hairs in the direction they grow. Move back and forth between

> the brows after every couple of plucks, to ensure proper symmetry.

>

> More from our profession makeup artist:

> Tweezing and Waxing

>

>

> When you tweeze a hair you should tweeze it in the direction that it

> grows, otherwise it can grow back facing up, down or out. With waxing,

> estheticians pull the hair strip in the opposite direction that it grows

> to damage the hair follicle, so that the hair won't grow back. The

> esthetician has to then be very careful to wax only the hairs they

> don't want to grow back. I have had to repair many, many bad eyebrow

> jobs. I pull hairs out that are facing the wrong direction into the

> direction that I want them to grow back and retrain them again.

>

> Remember, when you try to do your brows by yourself, you do not have

> perspective. You can only view one brow at a time. Plus, eyebrows grow

> in horizontal rows. So, if you tweeze 2-4 hairs vertically (going up

> instead of out) you will create big holes. Then you end up removing more

> brows to try and balance both of them. To avoid this dilemma, never do

> one brow at a time. Go carefully back and forth between them instead.

>







> Adding to your Brow Line





>

> For those of you with sparse eyebrows, tweezing is not necessary.

> Instead, you will need to build your eyebrows back to a proper shape.

> Selecting an appropriate pencil color is crucial, so test a few at the

> makeup counter, yes most clerks will be glad to help you and not make a

> big scene just explain that you are learning about makeup and would be

> glad to give them all your business in exchange for some guidance, to

> be sure the color is right. Some makeup artists also recommend an

> eyebrow powder, which looks less intense on your face.

>

> After you have the correct tool for adding color, you will need to find

> the previous shape of your brows before they began to lose their hair.

> Look at old photos if you can't remember, or try the technique

> described above with the pencil for guidance. Fill the area with hair

> like strokes of the pencil, or up and outward strokes of the powder

> wand.







> Specific Tips

>

> [*] For pale or thin eyebrows, try tinting as it looks more

> natural than an eyebrow pencil. Just be sure to use a professional,

> licensed cosmetologist, and never try tinting at home. You don't

> want to risk your eyesight, just for beauty!

>

> [*] Embrace a natural feminine shape of your eyebrows. You were

> not born with the correct eyebrow shape for your face, so let real

> women's eyebrows guide you.

>

> [*] Preview the look of your eyebrows before shaping by hiding

> the hairs with a white eyeliner pencil.

>

> [*] Avoid overdoing eyebrow shaping, as less is truly better.

> Thin eyebrows tend to make your face look instantly older.

>

> [*] Tweezing is usually more effective than waxing as the wax

> process can lead to a change in the hair direction and skin texture if

> overused.

>

> [*] Ultimately the point of eyebrow shaping is to adjust the

> viewer's focus away from your eyebrows, to your eyes instead.

>

> [*] While it is often preferred to completely change your

> eyebrow structure, you can make minor changes to what nature gave you in

> order to begin altering and greatly improving your eye appearances. For

> example, remove a few extra hairs from your eyebrows at the starting

> point to make close-set eyes appear wider.

>

> [*] Consider permanent makeup techniques if you have very sparse

> eyebrows.

>

> [*]





Hire a Professional

>

> If you are still nervous about eyebrow shaping, consider hiring a

> professional. The technique is usually not an expensive procedure at

> most beauty salons. At the very least, you can pay for one session and

> then simply pluck the stray hairs at home for maintenance.

>

> One way to explain how you want your eyebrows to look is to cut out a

> picture of a set of eyebrows you really adore. If you are already owned

> your owner will likely make this decision for you so you don't have

> too. By studying fashion magazines you can view a multitude of

> professionally done eyebrows and taking your time choose a set that will

> look nice on you.

>

> If you're shy just tell the beautician "Hi, I am rather

> embarrassed about this but my girlfriend/wife, hates my eyebrows and

> says they make me look like a macho pig and she wants my eyebrows to

> look like these, can you help me?" It works every time and the

> ladies love to shape a sissy's eyebrows and send him out with pretty

> feminine arches.

>

> Next week we will discuss eye lashes but in the meantime let's hear

> from the members that carry out this lesson and how it goes for them.

>

> Curtsies,

>

> Sissie

>



Thanks so much for this instruction sissie! i left a message on your eyelash message too about doing my young teen daughters eyebrows it was for her first day of highschool! It was so exciting to have her ask me to help her as she had had hers done professionally last summer but her Mom didnt want to pay for it again so i did them following your advice, they came out lovely! She has thick hair and full lips and eyes so i used that guide for her brows. She was so happy with the results! Its so much fun being girlie with my daughter, i wish i could tell her i am a sissy but i dont think it is a good idea, though we share many secrets i dont think her mother would approve if it slipped out, did you know daddy likes to be girlie, lol. Oh well, it is good to share her with us gurls!

hugs to all

sissy nikki



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