Question: I’ve always heard that you should never remove hair from above the brows—true or false?
Answer: “It’s a total myth!” says Maral Balian, an eyebrow specialist at Warren Tricomi Salon in New York City. “It’s a crucial step that helps balance your face.” But while you can get away with tweezing more below the brows, whether it’s to create an arch about two-thirds of the way in or clean up strays that are nowhere close to your actual brow, the area above requires more restraint since for the most part it follows your ideal natural line. “A good rule of thumb is to comb your brows upward—I use the Tweezerman Brow Shaping Brush—and then to the side. If you see any obvious hairs outside the natural shape, tweeze them.”
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US