Happy Sunday everyone! I decided to end the week with another pictorial, and focus on eyebrows! Eyebrows are so important because they frame the face and set the tone for a complete look. Bold, natural brows are in right now (Hello Cara Delevingne!), so embrace a more natural shape!!
Be sure not to over-tweeze. Too much tweezing will stunt your eyebrow growth and in the future it will become very hard for you to grow them back! As a rule of thumb do the majority of your grooming below the brows, and only clean up stray hairs above. It's important not to change the shape of the beginning of your eyebrows. It is a common mistake to over-tweeze in this area. Remember- In order to reshape your brows, you must grow them out! As annoying as it is to see your brows in a werewolf state (yikes), you have to push through in order to start over!!
Now on to the tutorial!
For this tutorial I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in chocolate and a MAC 263 brush. This brush is made from synthetic hairs so it helps the pomade glide on smoothly. I wanted to do this tutorial using this pomade, but you could also use this technique with a brow pencil or brow powder!
Going left to right in the pictorial:
Step 1: Before you begin, use a spoolie to brush your brow hairs so they are all going in the same direction
Step 2: Using a small amount of the pomade and the MAC 263 brush, (wipe off any excess product. I like to work off of the back of my hand) make small strokes and line the lower brow line, and then the upper brow line. I use this step to "outline" and determine the over all shape that I am trying to achieve. Use a light hand and as little product as possible.
Step 3: Fill in the front of the brow and sparse areas throughout the brow with feather like flicks of your brush. Use light strokes and fill in in the direction of the hair growth.
Step 4: Use a spoolie to brush through the brow to blend and soften the look for a more natural appearance
Step 5: Clean up the brow shape using concealer and a small synthetic brush. You can make one fluid movement along the brow line or use small strokes, just be sure not to use too much concealer so that the product doesn't build up. Tip: use a concealer that is slightly lighter than your skin tone in order to highlight that area and create a "lifted" look in the arch
Step 6: Completed brow!
I hope this tutorial helped! If you have any questions or comments please feel free to comment below or on my instagram post! (@jtyranskyhairandmakeup)