Which Iconic Celebrity Brows Are Right For You?


Whether you prefer a strong, bushy brow or a thinner one with a high arch, these celebrities have some of the best brows in the business and are a great source of inspiration. Keep in mind that your natural arch, brow position and hair thickness play a role in what you’ll be able to pull off.

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Thick/Full Brows

Who they’re good for: Square and oval faces

“A thick brow gives the face a more youthful appearance,” says Andra Taksey, founder of Boca Brows in Boca Raton, FL.

How to get them: Stagger your tweezing versus doing it in a straight line to give your eyebrows a more effortless, natural look.

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Rounded Brows

Who they’re good forThose with prominent features

Umbreen Sheikh, founder of Wink Brow Bar in New York, likes round brows for faces with strong bone structures because they soften hard features.

How to get them: Tweeze stray hairs, but don’t go overboard, in order to maintain the shape.

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Arched Brows

Who they’re good for: Round or heart-shape faces

The high peak of the brow opens the eyes vertically, helping to elongate the face.

How to get them: “See a professional who can wax and tweeze your brows to create a perfect arch,” says Taksey.

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Steep-Arched Brows

Who they’re good for: Small faces

This shape does wonders for those with shorter, smaller faces, as it elongates the forehead to add dimension.

How to get them: Threading can maintain the arch and remove individual hairs.

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S-Shaped Brows

Who they’re good for: Round faces

The “S” shape is an iconic look and adds depth and definition to a soft bone structure.

How to get them: “Leave this one to the pros,” says Sheikh. “Pulling out one wrong hair could lead to self-sabotage!”

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