Everyday Eyebrows

Little known fact about me: I fill in my eyebrows almost EVERY day. Here’s my [almost] every day routine šŸ™‚ 

Start with a clean face and your choice of primer and/or foundation. Today, I am using Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Soft Brown to fill and carve out my brows and an angled Sephora brush to apply it.

Map out the three main points of your eyebrow.

To find the first point, use your makeup brush to create a line straight up from your outside edge of your nose. This is where your brow should start. Id recommend consulting a wax professional to shape your brows if they fall outside of these parameters.

The second point can be found when you draw a line from your nose to the middle of your eye. If you keep going from there, you should find the highest point of your brow’s arch.

The third point can be found when lining up your outside edge of your nose with the outside edge of your eye. If you continue the line out, that is where your brow should taper off.

Of course, these are just guidelines for brow shape. Face shape varies greatly, so consult a stylist or brow artist to find the very best shape for your face. (Call Coiffeteria Salon to book a brow arch/tint with me)

Once you have your guide, dip your brush into the pomade to pick up a small amount and work it into the brush using the cap of the pomade or the back of your hand. This will ensure there are no blobs or inconsistencies in the product.

Lightly brush the pomade onto the bottom side of the brow and the use light strokes to gently fill in the entire brow. Don’t worry about the brows looking a bit too strong because the next step is to blend them out using a dry mascara wand.

The final step is to use a clear brow gel or a clear mascara to set the brows into place. This will keep them from moving or screwing up throughout the day. You literally can’t mess this step up. I used Anastasia Beverly Hills Clear Brow Gel.

Now your brows are on FLEEK (the fancy new term that means “on point”)! Any questions, comments, exclamations of joy- leave them below! I’d love to hear from you!

I think it’s much more helpful to watch and learn with eyebrows, so here’s the link to my full video tutorial > here <


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