Simple enough. Use a clean cotton pad or cloth to remove the tint after the specific time outlined in the directions of your kit. (Hint: It won’t be long!) Then, since you’re likely to require a little bit of clean-up, you’ll grab the same tools you used before—tweezers, a spoolie brush, and (potentially) brow scissors for trimming.
Christine’s top tip? Make sure you’re tweezing your brow hairs one by one, and take the time to step back from and then back up to the mirror to ensure you’re not just taking stock of your brow shape ultra-up close which can distort the overall appearance of your brow and potentially cause an over-tweeze. Which, again, is what we’re trying to avoid here!
If you’re using scissors to trim your brows, follow Christine’s expert protocol and start by using your spoolie brush to comb your brow hairs up and into the natural shape and direction in which they’ll lie. Then, using your spoolie to lightly press and hold the brows up, take your scissors and, one by one, trim. This is not a mass exodus, folks. Trim one by one. Also, if you’re ever unsure whether you should tweeze or trim a hair, abide by Christine’s advice and just don’t. Less is more, and when it comes to shaping your eyebrows at home, it’s always better to be safe than sorry.