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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…