Well Feng Shui shaped eyebrows pursue magnificent facial beauty
Eyebrows are like the “Iang Jue Gung” River. The goo eyebrows should be glossy, the brow edges cover the eyes, the hair stroke is well-distributed. According to Feng Shui Theory, when the 4 rivers are balanced, the body and mind will be under control. And when the 5 mountains are balanced, the fortune, power, luck, followers and family will also in good condition. Eyebrows are very important since they are believed to be the position of wisdom, consideration and knowledge. Besides, eyebrows are also referred to brotherhood, friendship and fortune.
The left brow head (No.31 from the facial image below) is called “Leng Ki”. It is the center of power which is the center of instinct and thoughts. It identifies the fortune.
The right brow head (No. 32 from the facial image below) is called “Nguang Sing” which is referred to the breath of the universe. It is the origin of the mystery or sixth sense. Therefore, the ancient people would not let the eyebrows meet at the center because it would ruin the sense of estimation. The person with beautiful brow head with no marks between them would be the person who can foresee the future.
The left brow edge (No. 33 from the facial image below) is called “Hea Shai” (Hea Shai – Use the brain, use the effectiveness). It is referred to the agility, wisdom and ability of a particular person.
The right brow edge (No. 34 from the facial image below) is called “Hog Shai”. It is referred to the happiness from skills and ability. It indicates the gentleness, mildness and artistry.
- Whether they are too high or too low based mainly on the eyes
- Whether they are short or long
- Whether they are well organized or scattered
- Whether they are glossy or yellow and dry
- Whether they are fine or rough
- Whether they are small or big thread
- Whether they are thick or thin
- Whether they are well-distributed
There are 4 more positions of eyebrows to be considered
- Brow head (Pei Tao)
- Brow heart (Pei Sing)
- Brow ridge (Pei Gug)
- Brow edge (Pei Puay)
|The 6 characteristics of good eyebrows
||The 6 characteristics of bad eyebrows
|1. Fine and glossy
||1.Thin and yellowish
||2. Scattered and unorganized
|3. Long enough to cover the eyes or over
|4. Match the facial structure
||4. Inversed hair stroke
|5. Wide middle line, not too close, too low or too high to the eyes
||5. Too close to the eyes
|6. No Marks, stitch or too short to cover the eyes
||6. Eyebrows that meet at the center