Excerpt from Photoshop for Lightroom Users
This retouch requires you to select up one a part of your symbol to cover up some other part of it, and, after all, Lightroom does not have any means to do this. But, fortuitously, that is the stuff Photoshop is made for. This method is in truth very simple and very fast, but has a big have an effect on when it comes to your matter having very best eyebrows every time.
- Once your image is open in Photoshop, start by getting the Lasso tool (L) and drawing a shape that kind of looks like an eyebrow itself. Draw this right above one of your subject’s existing eyebrows (as shown in the next step).
- You wish to melt the sides of the choice just a little bit, so go underneath the Select menu, underneath Modify, and select Feather. When the dialog appears, input 5 pixels (just enough so as to add a little bit bit of edge softening), and click on OK.
- Now, press Command-J (PC: Ctrl-J) to position that selected space upon its own separate layer. Here, I became off the Background layer (by way of clicking on the Eye icon to the left of the layer thumbnail), so you’ll see simply the selected house with its feathered edge. Switch to the Move tool 5 and select and drag shape straight down till it begins to bring to a halt the top of the actual eyebrow, and completely trims it. Then, select the Layers panel, click on at the Background layer, and do the exact same factor for the other eyebrow. An ahead of and after is proven beneath.