When crafting the perfect brows, ladies often consider the structure, length and thickness of the arch, as well as their face shape. However, women may want to take brow color into account as well.
"Brow color does not have to be an exact match to your hair," brow expert Ramy told InStyle.com. "But it should come within two shades [lighter or darker]."
While some women are born with brows that naturally vary from their hair color, other women sport brows that don't match their locks because they dye their strands. But much like tweezing can change a brows shape, there are also products that can alter the color of one's arches.
"It's not necessary to dye your brows - makeup can do wonders to lighten or darken them," Ramy added.
In fact, changing the color of one's brows may even open up one's face.
"If you have smaller eyes, you should choose a thinner brow that isn't very dark in color," eyebrow guru Anastasia Soare told the news source.
A product such as blinc Eyebrow Mousse can add a subtle amount of color to one's brows, and is available in a wide range of colors, from light blonde to black.