You've explained many times what a safe distance is. You've asked Alexa, you've done Youtube tutorials, you've bought rulers, but your EYEBROWS still don't get it! Unibrows might be the rage now that gender lines are blurring and feminism is an outdated term, but when I think of independence, I think of freedom from a forehead mustache. Ya'll look angry, unsettled and like you got a birdfeeder between your eyes. IMO
I've been told that I do perfect brows...plump, natural and groomed. Those are the three things I am going for. When I say groomed, I just mean the straggly hairs around, I don't mean to make your brows look super boxy. I will let you in on some of the secrets I have come up with on my own to help you socially distance your own brows.
Use Chapstick To Mold Your Eyebrows into Shape. Before you actually wax you can put a little chapstick on your brows to shape them so they are not wildy sticking in every direction. It's hard to know where to wax when you have a snaggle hair pointing downward.
When you wax you'll want to remove the chapstick so the actual wax works. It's worth it to do the chapstick trick though. It literally will show you the shape of your eyebrows and put them right in place.
Do not wax the top of your eyebrows, only the bottom and the area above your nose. You don't need to wax the top of your brow this will end up making it look real weird, I'll just put it that way.
When you draw in your brows afterward use a color the same as your roots. So it doesn't look weird.
If you are toying with trying these ideas, think about your eyebrows and how they feel. They've been trapped together in that tiny space for so long. Don't you think they feel suffocated and like they could use a tiny little break? If you don't like it, you can always lock them back up together later. Maybe it's time to practice some safe distancing on your own face.