The objective is to create a fuller looking eyebrow, which is more defined, to frame the eye beautifully. Try not to make the eyebrows too thick or heavy. The goal is to create a balanced, complimentary looking brow.
Look for a powder eyebrow product that is specifically formulated for the eyebrows. The one I use comes with wax, which helps to lay the hairs flat and seal the powder, making it exceptionally long wearing and fantastic for naturally looking eyebrows.
Begin by loading your angle liner brush with the brow powder.
Use short strokes, beginning at the start of your eyebrow, staying in the center, as we don’t want them to look too thick.
Apply the powder by following your arch and moving with feather-like strokes along the inside, or center of your brow, to the outer tail end.
Use your spoolie brush to brush out the eyebrows ensuring that you blend all of your work.
Complete the other brow and try your best to make them balanced, rather than making them look identical to one another. Our eyebrows are not symmetrical. Think of them as sisters, not twins!!!
Brushing a brow gel or clear mascara through your groomed eyebrows helps your hairs to grow in the manner that they are shaped, creating the perfect eyebrow.
Stay tuned for next week blog post, How to Apply Eyebrow Pencil!!! See Y’all then!!!