It doesn’t matter if you were born with a full or scant pair of eyebrows, the important thing is to figure out how to make them work for you. There’s no better way to do that than to watch these tutorials, and gather a few tips and tricks on how to attain perfectly shaped brows. Are you ready to exceed your full brow potential?
If your quest for precision brows has been unsuccessful thus far, consider letting them grow out for a couple of weeks. Experts say this method makes it easier for you to discover your natural brow shape.
Define your eyebrow shape with a concealer
If you want defined eyebrows, then your best bet is to use a concealer, preferably one that’s a shade lighter than your complexion. However, the one aspect most women struggle with when using this technique is making their brows look natural. Get the full tutorial here.
Fill in your eyebrows before plucking
Want to learn how to minimize your risk of over-plucking your eyebrows? This tutorial contains a simple hack that’ll thwart your attempt to retrogress to the pencil-thin brow look from the early 90s. You’ll need to assemble your preferred brow tools to get started. The video features brow powder, an angled brush and a tweezer. Simply use the powder to fill in your brows, this step serves as a guide to discourage you from going into a plucking frenzy. All that’s left to do is to pluck any errant hairs.
How to trim your eyebrows
Taming your eyebrows might seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Watch this video to find out how to trim your arches like a professional makeup artist. You’ll need a spoolie brush and a small pair of facial hair scissors. Begin by brushing your brow hairs upward and trimming the longer pieces. Repeat the same process using a downward motion, then fill in your brows with a pencil, pomade, or powder.
Reduce eyebrow irritation with witch hazel
If you regularly tweeze or wax your eyebrows, then it’s likely you’ve dealt with unsightly bumps and redness. Reduce brow irritation by soaking a cotton round with witch hazel and applying it to the affected area. Witch hazel contains tannin, an astringent known to reduce redness on the skin.
How to fill in your eyebrows
If your eyes are the windows to your soul, then your eyebrows are the curtains that frame them. Needless to say, it’s important to structure them the right way. This tutorial gives you step-by-step instructions on how to follow the shape of your brows, so you can fill them in perfectly every single time. The video uses both a pencil and powder to achieve realistic-looking brow hairs, find out why both tools are used.