Check out this Animal Crossing: New Horizons (Switch) guide on how to design eyebrow for your character. Including Custom Designs tutorial, pattern, QR code, and more!!!
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How To Design Eyebrows
Open Nook Phone & Make New Custom Design
To create eyebrows, you need to make a custom design or pattern for it. Open up your Nook Phone & choose a blank slate to create your design in.Check Out Nook Phone App Features!
Create Eyebrow Pattern On Canvas
After opening up a blank canvas, you can then create you own custom eyebrow design. Check the pattern below for a basic eyebrow design.▼Check Below For Basic Eyebrow Pattern!
You Can Change Color & Hue
You can change the color and hue of your eyebrows simply by using the color tool in the designer. This lets you choose the shade & color of the eyebrows you want.
Save & Wear As Face Paint
After creating your design, you can easily wear it. Just save the design, exit, and then wear it on your face as face paint!
Basic Eyebrow Pattern Tutorial
Simple Eyebrow Step-by-Step Procedure
|1||Make canvas transparent|
|2||Use Mirror Mode to mirror design|
|3||From center, start on 5th block|
|4|| Pattern: |
- 2 spaces, go up
- 2 spaces, go up
- 3 spaces, go up
- 5 spaces, go down
- mark diagonally downward, 1 space each
|5||Save & wear|
1. Make Canvas Transparent
The first step is to make your canvas transparent. Doing so will allow you to wear the pattern without any other obstruction.
2. Use Mirror Mode
When the canvas is transparent, make sure to use Mirror Mode. This mirrors the design on both sides so your eyebrows won't be crooked and they'll look identical.
3. Start On 5th Block From Center
To make sure the eyebrows are perfectly set on your character's face, start on the 5th block, from the center where the two black lines meet.
4. Follow Pattern For Basic Brows
The basic pattern for brows requires you to mark 2 spaces, then go up, mark 2 spaces again, then go up. Mark 3 spaces, then go up to mark 5 more spaces. After, go downward diagonally, marking 1 space each.