I’ve learned over the years the importance of a good brow. It can add
structure to the face, make you look polished and tie the whole look
together. The biggest tip I’ve picked up from beauty gurus and makeup
artists is not to over pluck. I use my Tweezerman tweezers to clean up
under the brow and get that clean crisp arch but the secret lies in
using scissors to shape and trim rebel hair versus plucking them out.
This gives the brow that crisp shape while looking healthy and full. On a
daily basis I use an ashy brown pencil to fill them in where needed and
play with the intensity of the brow. I have light hair and I am pretty
fair with a strong yellow undertone in my complexion so I find an ashy
brown always looks best. I always like to finish with a wax, just to set
everything in place and use an angle brush both to diffuse the color in
the brow as well as brush the waxed hairs in the right direction.
Lastly, I take a satin light eyeshadow and brush gently underneath the
brow to highlight and make everything look polished.
Products used: It Cosmetics Brow Power and Avon Perfect EyeBrow Kit in “Blonde”
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