More Serious Cleanup
If you have hair in the middle between your brows, you might want to trim this out. How much you take out is a personal choice, but the typical choice is to clean that area up and avoid anything close to a unibrow look. The most valuable thing to know when trimming eyebrow hair is where to stop.
You don’t have to take away all of the hair. You can tweeze out single hairs from the middle by taking random thicker hairs, leaving the finer ones. This will thin out the area and make the hair look less noticeable, but prevent it from being so stark to be noticeable.
If you’re removing hair on the bottom part of the brow, make straight or slightly curved lines. Stick to just taking hair only outside the main shape.
Good tweezers make the job a lot easier and quicker because they grasp hair and don’t let it slide off. Tweezers with a slanted end work the best. To keep a lid on pain, tweeze right when you come out of the shower when your follicle is nice and relaxed. The hair will slide out easier.