There's Actually A Scientific Reason Why You Can Never Get Your Eyebrows To Look The Same
Turns out it's not just our inability to shade properly.
As any self-respecting eyebrow addict will know, the eternal struggle of getting them to match is beyond real.
But as it turns out, this isn't just down to us all being incapable of plucking and shading properly at all,and there's actually a scientific reason that physically means your brows won't ever be truly able to twin.
*Cue an entire page worth of praying hands emojis*
This revelation comes courtesy of Tonya Crooks, a Hollywood brow lady who counts Eva Mendes and Megan Fox as clients, and who revealed the reasoning to Popsugar.
"Each brow has different muscle movement," she says, explaining why brows usually look similar but not entirely the same.
"Sometimes this is caused by what side [of your face] you're sleeping on, [which can make] the muscles on one side weaker than the other. Sometimes it is due to how you naturally show expression."
Still, Tonya does have some advice on how to minimise the difference and reckons that the key is to graduallly adjust your brows.
"The first thing I try to do with my clients is like scales. Balance the brows by giving a little to one and taking a little from the other over time to create a more symmetrical effect," she said.
"You have to look at your face and adjust the steps slightly per brow. One might need a bit more colour at the front, while the other needs a darker tail."
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