10 Eyebrow Shapes That Flatter All Face Types

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"If you have a round face, you want to try and give yourself an arch so you don't have a round brow on a round face," says Kelley Baker, celebrity brow expert.

1. Arched Toward the Tail

If your brows naturally arch more toward the center than the ends, you can totally work with that.

2. Arched in the Middle

Some celebrities, like Baker's client actress Lea Michele, prefer an extra high arch well above the brow bone, which creates an extra defined and lifted look.

3. High Arches

Many people have a subtle, natural arch to their brows that looks fantastic without significant shaping.

4. Barely-There Arches

A brow's arch doesn't have to be angular. Sometimes, a softly rounded shape can be the most flattering option, especially if the rest of your face has sharper features.

5. Rounded

If your brow doesn't have a natural arch, there's no need to create one. As you can see, straight brows can look amazing at any width.

6. Straight

A close cousin of the "arch toward the tail," a tapered brow's inner two thirds is noticeably thicker than the ends.

7. Tapered

An S-shaped brow starts up in the center and then subtly dips down before rising into the arch. This is typically a natural occurrence, which some try to correct with shaping and makeup

8. S-Shaped

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9. Short and Thick

This dramatic arched look goes to great lengths — literally — with the tail extending well beyond the outer corner of the eye. 

10. Extra-Long Tail

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