12 November 2014

Let's talk Brows..

Let's be honest here, we're not all blessed with gorgeous Cara Delevigne eyebrows, which means for the majority of us we have to actually put in some work to keep them looking 'on fleek'. myself am one of the unfortunate handful of people to have really thin and sparse brows which just don't look good naturally at all. Since my brows aren't wildly thick or anything, I don't get them threaded or waxed. I simply pluck any stray hairs and that usually lasts for a good month before having to redo them.
Now there's many tips and tricks posts on the internet on 'How to grow your eyebrows' etc but personally I think it's a load of rubbish. It requires a lot of patience which I don't have. So that being said the quickest method for me and I'm sure a lot of you reading this, is to simply fill in your brows.

Let's start with brow powders. For filling in the main outline of my brow (inner corner to the arch) I use Whitening Lightning's Brow Bar To Go. I'm sure you've heard everyone and their dog rave about this so I won't touch on it too much. The compact contains two brow shades, a wax, small brush and a mirror. I personally mix the two shades together to match my hair colour. Th wax is for keeping those strays in place but I don't really suffer from that so dont use the wax too often. The brush on the other hand, use it to death! It's small and angled so is great for getting a nice precise line.
Finally, for the outer part of my brow I use an eyebrow pencil as this is where my hair is the most sparse. If you're heavy handed I would suggest using a more creamy pencil formula such as the Eyebrow Stylist from Sleek. Personally I use MUA's Pencil in Brunette.

What products do you use on your brows?
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