Having bad eyebrows is simply comparable to having bad breath. The wrong brow can be surprising, harsh and just plain offensive. However comical and intimidating it may be for you to attempt to manage your own brows, its relatively simple to achieve the perfect brow. Eyebrows should complement the face. They shouldn’t be too black (sharpie like) or too thin (Mc- Donald’s arch). Keep in mind, brows are sisters-not twins, they may never look exactly the same but similar is key.
Step 1: Brush
Brush brows in a upward di- rection all the way through so you have a clear visual of the areas that need to be filled in.
Step 2: Measure
The beginning of your brow should line up with your inner tear duct. Your arch and or highest point should line up with your outer pupil. Your eyebrow should end and or measure at a 90 degree angle from
the outside of your nostril land- ing at 2 or 10 o’clock depending on whether it’s your left or right eye.
Step 3: Fill
Using your measurements fill your brow accordingly using a pencil, pomade or powder. First outline the bottom then the top. Gently use small strokes too fill inn and define the rest.
Step 4: Blend
Using a clear brow gel gently stroke the brow upwards. Blend out the front corners of the brow. To ensure that product is evenly applied and a bit softer in the front to resemble the natural density of your eyebrows.
Step 5: Highlight
Highlight using your under eye concealer which should be one shade lighter than your complex- ion. When highlighting start at the halfway mark between the start of your brow and the arch. Extending outwards towards the end of the brow and blend
Written By: Shenelle Mays