By Erica Metzger
Time to bring out the tweezers. "The most common mistake is over-tweezing, so take a conservative approach," notes Ramy. Tweeze obvious strays first. For more extensive tweezing, Ramy advises keeping the front part of the brow straight and the arch moderately curved. This will prevent the dreaded "tadpole effect," when the brow looks thick in the front but tapers into a skinny tail at the end.