Getting the perfect natural eyebrow shape is one of the most difficult beauty tricks to master.
Before you start, figure out where your eyebrows should start and end.
To do this, place a pencil vertically on the side of your nose up to the brow. The point right above the edge of your inner eye is where your brows should start.
The arch should be at the outermost globe of your eyeball and your brow should end at the outer edge of the eye.
You can find the end point by placing the pencil from the side of your nose to the outer edge of the eye.
- Slant Tweezers
- Eyebrow powder
- Eyebrow pencil
- Angled brush
- concealer or highlighter
- Clear brow gel or wax
- 1. Brush eyebrow hairs up to expose the natural brow line.
- 2. Using a tweezer, remove any unwanted hairs from below and above the brow line.
And then, using an eyebrow pencil one or two shades lighter than the hair color, follow the natural brow line underneath, from one end to the other.
- 3. Apply the pencil liner on top of the eyebrow, starting from the center, and then working your way back to the ends of the eyebrows, meeting the line that you created on the bottom.
This would be an appropriate time to create a slight arch on top of the brow.
- 4. Apply brow powder, or a matte eye shadow, with an angled brush to fill in the brow and set the color.
Apply a cream concealer or highlighter, just under the entire brow and on the top outer edge of the brow.
Blend using a concealer brush.
- 5. Add a coat of clear brow gel, to secure any unruly hairs.
Using a spoolie brush (The Brow Wiz pencil has one built in), brush the liner up into the brows, blending any harsh lines.