Once you've combed your brows upward, check out the ragged line created by the varying lengths. Using the spoolie, hold the brow hair slightly away from your forehead with one hand, while using your other hand to snip any extra-long ends with a small pair of scissors. “Only cut a little bit off at a time as you can always take off more if needed,” cautions Duran.
What You Need: Do not touch your brow with a dull pair of blades from your kitchen drawer — you're courting disaster. Instead, use brow scissors. They're smaller, allowing for finer adjustments in your trimming, and the blade is extremely thin and sharp for the most accurate cut. Try this pair from L.A.’s hottest brow salon: Anastasia Beverly Hills Scissors. [$22.50; ulta.com]