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I have received a few emails regarding my hair and brows. I decided to talk about the brows today. Instead of doing a tutorial (cause Lord knows, I don’t know how to edit it, & that may just take forever for me to actually complete), I will try to show you guys my technique.
I am OBSESSED with beautiful eyebrows. Whether you pencil them in or you naturally have thick, well groomed eyebrows, I love them. Mine are semi-thick, but I do like to pencil them in so that they have that semi-perfect look. Alot of YouTube gurus use a brow powder or an eyeshadow, but I opt to use a brow pencil.
**You should already have your brows tweezed, waxed, or threaded into your desired shape. If they look like this, STOP!!! You have tweezed too much!
I start by priming my entire lid (including brows) with Too Faced Shadow Insurance or E.L.F Eyelid Primer. The E.L.F primer is only $1 and serves the same purpose. They both work the same to me. I like to take to primer all the way into the brow because it makes the brow pencil stick to the brows all day long, no smudging, smearing, or greasiness.
Then, I lightly pencil them in (following the shape of my natural brow) using a brow pencil by Milani in Dark Brown. I love this one because its not greasy & it has this must-have brow brush attached.
PLEASE DO NOT BOX OFF YOUR INNER BROW. You will look like this:
Instead, use your brush to guide the product into that area. This will make them look more natural.
I then apply E.L.F Tone Correcting Concealer in Spice right under the brow, just to make them appear perfect & also it allows you to acheive that perfect arch. I use the brush that comes with the concealer to apply it. Some people also apply the concealer along the top of each brow, but I do not. I don’t wear foundation on a daily basis, and I would have nothing to blend the concealer into along to top. When I do wear foundation, I may use that technique. It just depends…
Buff/blend out the concealer following your brow shape with a Smashbox Cream Eye Liner Brush #9 (but feel free to use any flat brush of your choice).
That is pretty much it!!! It does take ALOT of practice to get them how you want them, but as you continue to do them, you’ll get better & better. Trust me, mine use to look boxy when I first started.
Here are some of my favorites
By all means, I am not a professional. This is just how I do my brows, and what works for me may not work for everyone. Good luck and I hope this helped!
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