The first step is to prepare the eyebrow. Do this by washing it with a light application of shampoo. This should get the eyebrow hair to become a lot softer and easier to manage. Towel dry it lightly but ensure there is some moisture there. Remember to take your time while preparing your eyebrows.
Plan on where you wish to make the cuts and how many ‘scratches’ you want. It is important to plan beforehand so as to prevent getting carried away when the actual fun begins. Take advice from others who have done this before to get a better understanding as to how many 'scratches' you want in your eyebrows.
Use any cutting devices or trimmer to cut off a small, straight section of the eyebrow. It is best to do them in threes, but only if you are sure during the planning stage. Make sure each scratch is evenly spaced and the same distance from one another. Symmetry is key here. Remember to be careful while doing this as your eyebrows are very close to your eyes and you can get hurt if not alert.
Alternatively, one could actually get scratched by a cat but we do not advise this method as it could end up resulting in serious injuries, especially in the eyes and facial area.
Also, make sure that the tools and cutting utensils you are using are sterile and sharp, otherwise they could cause injuries and result in bleeding which would be counterproductive.