IF YOU'VE OVER-TWEEZED YOUR EYEBROWS...
and you want to make them look more natural, you can use a pencil to fill in any gaps.
Pick a shade that matches your natural hair colour, but when in doubt, go a shade lighter to avoid an obvious stenciled effect. Your eyebrows should line up with the inner corner of your eye, so if they fall a little short, use that as a starting point to begin filling them in. Create short, light strokes with the pencil to mirror the shape of your natural brows, then comb a clear gel through the shape to keep them in place. And steer clear of the tweezers! Let your eyebrows grow for about two to three weeks,
then see a professional to have them shaped.