How To Do Korean Eyebrow Shape For Round Face?

Eyebrow tips for round face

Koreans understand how their eyebrow shape can make you look younger and radiant. K-beauty trends are always globally popular as they have the power to attract people worldwide.  

Fortunately, there are several styles or shapes to imitate Korean eyebrows, and today we are going to focus on those people with round faces. So, are you ready? Let's focus on what the Korean eyebrow trend embodies.

First, it's essential to determine the shape of your face. If your face has a smoothly rounded forehead and chins with full cheeks, you have a round shape. People with round shapes can try straight Korean eyebrows to appear more youthful.

The straight Korean eyebrows are so popular because they give you smooth, archless brows ideal for all types of face shapes. This technique will provide you with bright eyes making you spectacular.

If you want straight brows, you should know there is almost no brow arch in the area. Follow these four steps to achieve Korean eyebrows for a round face.

What You Need:

  • Eyebrow pencil
  • Eyebrow spoolie
  • Tweezers
  • Scissors
  • Hairband
  • Concealer
  • Eyeshadows

Step 1: Outline the Eyebrow Shape

It's essential to start by outlining the eyebrow shape. It would be best if you began by using a hairband like ETUDE HOUSE My Beauty Tool Lovely Etti Hair Band to keep the hair out of the face and eyes.

ETUDE HOUSE My Beauty Tool Lovely Etti Hair Band

Then with an eyebrow pencil, follow a straight, invisible line from the tip of the nose to the inner corner of your eyebrow. This will be the head of your brow.

Now mark the highest point of your eyebrow. This is where your natural arch is located. Next, highlight a straight line to draw the arc and fill in your brows. We recommended using an eyebrow spoolie and stroked your hair outward.

Step 2 Use Concealer

In case you don't want to remove hair from your natural arch. A good option is to put concealer at the top of the eyebrow arch and blend through. If you have a profound angle, you can add more concealer. This way, the hair will be covered giving you a straight eyebrow look.

You can try THE SAEM Cover Perfection Tip Concealer SPF 28, which covers small flaw areas like under eye shadow, freckles, and blemishes. It's essential to apply this concealer with a dabbing motion to enhance coverage.

 THE SAEM Cover Perfection Tip Concealer SPF 28

Step 3 Fill In Your Eyebrows

Fill in your eyebrows with a pencil to connect the ends of your brows. Make sure to follow the straight line you outline in the first step. With the help of an eyebrow pencil, cover the missing areas with soft strokes. Continue the process until you've designed the Korean straight arch.

If you want to achieve a more natural look, it's essential to use more than just one colour to fill in. Keep in mind the darkest area of the eyebrow is near the head, and the lightest is in the outer edges.

It's possible to achieve this natural effect by using different brow pencils, or depending on the area you're shading, you can apply a heavier or lighter shade. Try your best to use short, quick strokes as this helps accomplish the ideal effect.

Our favorite eyebrow shape pencil is ETUDE HOUSE Drawing Eye Brow New to create well-defined brows that frame your face. The pencil is soft and designed to fill and shape your eyebrows. It comes with a spoolie brush for blending and shaping.

 ETUDE HOUSE Drawing Eye Brow New

Step 4 Use an Eyeshadow To Create A More Natural Look

Finally, it's a wise idea to use a dark eyeshadow such as Chocolate Brown from MISSHA Triple Shadow. Applying eyeshadows over your eyebrows creates a profound but smooth look. Besides, the blend between the eyeshadow and eyebrow pencil makes your eyes look more natural.

 Chocolate Brown from MISSHA Triple Shadow

If the shape of your face is round, you want to try the Korean eyebrow straight style; make sure to apply enough product when you fill in your eyebrows.

Finally, if your eyebrows are arched, it's essential to define the shape by tweezing any defining hairs. Avoid making the eyebrows thinner; the purpose is to create a flat arch, not to change the shape of your natural eyebrows.

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