Start With a Comb
Before you shed the unibrow, you need to assess the overall state of your arches. Brow hair rarely grows evenly in its density and length, but it can be hard to spot the difference as it lies flat on your face, so you’ll need to comb it, as you would the hair on your head. “Take a spoolie brush and run it from the bottom of the brow upwards,” says Duran. It is easiest to work with and remove brow hair when your skin is damp, so do this post-shower or after you’ve washed your face.
What You Need: Spoolie brushes work best because their spiral construction grabs ahold of the fine hair better than a normal hair comb would. For guys with unruly brows, you can also use a spoolie daily to help train your hairs to lie flat. One to try: Jane Iredale Brow Brush Combo. [$14; dermstore.com]