Eyebrows are important. Very important. It can make or break a face structure, can add or take from its symmetry, can build or destroy everything, it's a serious business and should be treated accordingly! *breathes*
That being said, great eyebrows are so bloody hard to achieve, especially when your 15 year old self has taken the liberty to pluck them in a crazy fashion during your teens. (If you're a teen and you're reading this, stop what you're doing right now! )
Based on this and being always on the look out for the perfect eyebrow shape, I finally arrived to the conclusion that your natural shape is the best, not 'Cara Delevigne natural' in my opinion, but slightly polished and natural. I've been growing mine out (brows that is!) for some time now, I like to say because I wanted to change their shape. And it's true to some extent, I was planning on booking an appointment with The Brow Artist - these girls have mad skills when it comes to eyebrows, however I decided on plucking them last weekend as I'm planning a hair colour change soon and of course I want my eyebrows to match my colouring and that includes my hair. So, I have to make the hair colour change before getting my eyebrows done professionally.
So shape change and general laziness (and the fact that I sneeze like a mu'fucka every time I pluck them), led me to growing out my eyebrows to the stage where I became a 'hairy eyed beast'. More hairy, less beast I want to believe :).
It looks less scary in the photos, but in real life, I had mad eyebrows I tell you.
Now I am no eyebrow expert, but I know what I want and like with utter precision, so here's what I did to fix mine: