Tuesdays Tips: how to fill in your brows
The previous week I tried to explain how to apply highlighter and this week I’ll try and explain how to fill in your brows. To get things straight: you don’t have to do this if you don’t think it’s necessary or if you’re already happy with how your brows look. It’s definitely not a must. But if you like to fill in your brows and want to know how you can do this, keep on reading!
The picture is from Google
The first step is to find out where your brows start. Place a brush along the side of your nose to find where your brows should ideally start.
Then you have to move the brush to the outer side of your eye iris. The brush will show you the perfect place for the arch of your eyebrow.
Angle the brush from the outside of your nose to the outer corner of your eye to find where your brows should ideally end.
Brush brows up with a spoolie brush. This helps you to see the shape of your eyebrow.
Now we’re going to start and fill in the brows. Using short dash-like strokes to mimic your natural hairs, softly fill in any sparse areas with a pencil. Don’t go too hard with the pencil, cause you might create really hard looking brows which aren’t natural looking.
Use an angled brush and a similarly colored pressed powder to define the shape of your brows even more. This is an option by the way because you can fill in your brows with only a pencil as well.
Brush through brows again with a spoolie to blend out the color and soften any harsh lines.
To set the look and hold the hairs in place, comb through brows with a clear or colored eyebrow gel.
This is an additional step. If you would like really sharp and clean looking brows, you can finish with concealer or powder around them.
It’s a little short Tuesdays Tips but I hope it will help you out with getting the brows you already wanted. Let me know if you thought this post was helpful!
Hope to see you soon loves,