We've all heard this quote before - and whether we're talking about eyebrows, blending our eyeshadows perfectly on each eye or applying equal amounts of blush on each of our cheeks, we know that obtaining symmetry is hard.
After cleaning up my eyebrows, filling them in and edging them with concealer to finish - I sat back and noticed that each of my eyebrows are noticably (well to me) different from eachother.
I went to look at myself in my larger dresser mirror, but I didn't see any noticable differences. However, upon closer inspection, it's clear that they're two different shapes.
Here's a photo of me looking straight on towards the camera;
Here's a photo I drew in Paint Shop Pro to outline the differences. My left brow (your right in the pictures) is more straight with a sharp angle, whereas my right brow (your left in the pictures) is nicely angled and tapered.
The first photo of my actual brows better depicts the difference, and the second photo I drew shows how it doesn't make a difference really because they both pretty much look the same from a far.
Being a perfectionist, it still bothers me.
So tell me, are your brows twins? Or more like sisters? Please don't let me be the only one that's so fixated on this, lol.