Photoshop correcting eyebrows

So let’s say you accidentally plucked your eyebrows too much..or if you’re a guy, your friends thought it would be funny to shave some of your eyebrows off. Now, you can’t bare to be seen in a photo due to this embarrassing incident. Well, there’s hope…if you have Photoshop, that is. First, open up your starting image (the first image). Now you’re going to want to zoom in (control +) a good bit. Now, select the eyedropper tool in order to get the correct shade so the eyebrows look natural. Next you’re going to click on the brush tool and click the down arrow. Go to Load Brushes. Then choose Faux Finish Brushes and click on number 50.Now, zoom in quite a bit, so that the area which you are fixing is quite large. The example is the second picture. Now, we want to add in our eyebrows.  First, make the brush size rather small, as to not overpower the original eyebrow. Now, carefully draw in parts that are missing. Once you are satisfied with the main part you are fixing, lower the brush size to about 3 or 4 and create the narrowing of the eyebrow..this can be seen in image 3. You may also have to fix the other eyebrow a bit in order to make them look symmetrical to one another. This is also a good time to fix red eye if it occurs in the picture. It’s okay if the color looks a bit different or it isn’t a feathery as the natural eyebrows, for when you zoom out, it’s not noticeable at all. Speaking of, it’s time to zoom out to the original image size and voila! The finished product can be seen in image 4. Created by Tiffany Nebraska

~ by spiffytiffy2009 on January 24, 2010.

One Response to “Photoshop correcting eyebrows”

  1. I just edited this as I realized two pictures were cut off. Sorry about that.

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