I’ve had a few people ask me how I do my brows so I thought it would be great to share my routine with you. I am in no way an expert on brows but practice does make perfect so I can see improvement in my skill as time goes along. It really quite simple and the key to a good brow is to FOLLOW YOUR NATURAL BROW! I can’t stress that enough and its sad to see when women try to draw the perfect brow and end up looking like a clown face. If the front of your brows aren’t square then don’t try to make them square. I have irregular brows meaning one brow is perfectly square in the front and the other has more of a rounded edge. In this case I do make my other brow square so they match, but if this isn’t you, then don’t try to create one.
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Whiz in the color dark brown. Retails for $21
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Precision Tweezers. Retails for $28
- Mac Cosmetics Brow Set in clear. Retails for $17
- Rimmel Match Perfection Concealer 2 shades lighter than your skintone. Retails for $4.97
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Duo Brush. Retails for $18
I take the duo brush and concealer and carefully outline underneath and on top of the brows to blend in the concealer so that it doesn’t show. This step cannot be omitted because this is where you define the brows and give it a neat clean look.
** The products I used are my personally preferences and I am not endorsing them nor am I receiving any compensation for using them**
The finished look. Some days your brows will look better than others because you are human and unless you are a robot you don’t do things exactly the same way every day. I hope this was helpful to you. Thanks for stopping by and please keep coming back and leave a comment so that we can get to know each other.