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Bride-to-be? Here's how to get perfect eyebrows for your big day

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Alex Light
Alex LightBody Work Columnist
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Your wedding day is one of the most important occasions of your life - so you want to look your best. Which is why getting your eyebrows just right is an essential part of the bridal routine - they frame your eyes, shape your face and allow you to wear less eye make-up.But where to start? Follow our guide to help you get to the altar perfectly arched...Six months to goAround six months before your wedding day (don't leave it any longer!) visit a reputable brow stylist. We highly recommend HD Brows, who should have a salon near you. Have a consultation with the stylist and discuss all your requirements. They will then advise you what to do - but most likely you'll need to let them grow for the next few months.

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Your eyebrows need to be perfect for your big day

Two months to goVisit your brow stylist again to allow you to achieve the perfect shape a couple of months in advance - this means you will be ready for your hair and make-up trials so that everything works together in harmony.No matter what your preference, the brow stylist should work with the natural line of your brow, creating a clean outline and a subtle change in the arch or length - this can totally transform your face.Two weeks to goAllow between one and two weeks to make the last brow appointment. This means that any sensitivity or redness has time to settle before the big day. The brow stylist will tint your eyebrows according to your colouring and desired look, and clean up the outline until your look is perfect.On the dayFinally, you're taking your brows down the aisle! While you've spent months prepping to make sure they're perfect, you need to make sure they're at their photographic best with the use of brow products. The High Definition Brow Creme is longlasting, waterproof and smudgeproof, making it our top bridal brow pick. It applies like a cream, sets like a powder and you can adapt it to suit any look - ask your make-up artist to help you out on this.

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