We already know how she gets her pre-wedding skin glow thanks to her facialist, and now we’ve got an insight into how Meghan Markle keeps her brows in check, according to her brow stylist.
Sherrille Riley, of Nails & Brows Mayfair, has been looking after Meghan’s brows since last year, according to Mail Online. Luckily for us, she’s shared her top tips for on fleek eyebrows; the same tips she swears by for keeping Meghan’s brows looking fly.
First off, stop obsessing over symmetry. “It’s completely normal to have one arch higher than the other,” says Sherrille. “They’re not supposed to be the same; they’re sisters, not twins.”
Instead of trying to aim for something Mother Nature didn’t give you, Sherrille instead recommends following your natural shape and just adding a bit more colour and depth.
She then revealed Meghan’s preferred celebrity eyebrow inspired look – the Audrey brow, named after Audrey Hepburn.
“With the Audrey, I try to reduce the arch and create a straight look but make sure the ends are quite lifted and gradual all the way through, rather than a tick,” says Sherrille.
We can definitely see the resemblance!
Furthermore, about shapes, Sherrille believes that a high arch can make women look ‘angry’, so she encourages them to grow their brows in as they’re actually less high maintenance.
Lastly, a piece of advice we can all use – don’t overpluck them.
“Sometimes with over-plucking, the follicle gets disturbed or the hair doesn’t grow back as well. When I was 13 years old, I shaved my brows because I wanted them shaped but I didn’t know what I was doing. Eventually, I ended up with two half brows and they didn’t grow back properly also the hairs created shadow. That’s really where my obsession with brows came from because my own ones were a mess. Now, my mission is to educate women on what can be achieved and how.”
Meghan’s brows are definitely #goals, so it looks like Sherrille’s advice and treatment have paid off.
Taken from GLAMOUR UK. Read the original here.
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