October 05, 2022 2 min read
To find the highest mid-point, or arch, of your brows, take a pencil or any eye makeup brush that's thin.
Find the center of your eye and place the pencil at the edge of the nose, having the pencil go over the center of your eye.
The point where your brows and pencil intersects is where your natural arch would be.
Using the same brush or pencil, follow the nose to the edge of the eye. That's where the natural edge of the brow would be.
First thing to do is to take a spoolieand brush up your brows.
Trim off any hairs that are too long using small scissors.
I use a mini razor to keep my brows fresh and clear. I typically will not take any of the hairs off the top. I let them grow, but I will clear underneath.
I will very gently look very close in my 10x mirror, and I will shave off any of the little hairs just to keep the brows really nicely shaped and clean.
Let's put our brows on.
Using the brush, apply your eyebrow makeup in hair-like motions. If you want to, you can add with an eyebrow pencil. You can either do pencil first or pencil last. It really is up to you, but using a pencil crayon and the powder really helps the brow to stay attached to each other and you'll have longer-lasting brow.
Then brush some brow gel on for more definition. The gel I'm using also has some brow growth enhancers in it.
|Middle Earth Brow Powder||Kosas Brow Pop Pencil||bareMinerals Strength and Length Brow Gel||Fine Angle Liner and Brush||Spoolie Brush and Scissors||Razor|
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