A pal of mine, Mia, texted me this awesome photo while I was editing this brow tutorial:
The above is a prime example of how not to have your eyebrow game.
So here is how I do my personal brows and the brows of my clients for a clean, even a faked freshly waxed brow.
Here’s what you need:
Dark eyeshadow (black for me)
Taking your concealer brush, frame your brow shape with a concealer. (This will act as a highlighter)
Take an angled brush with a a dark shadow and begin to lightly fill in the brow.
Use your foundation brush to brush away the concealer lines.
And voila, new brows, clean and pretty perfect 🙂
Products Used: Clinique Pore Refining Primer, Temptu S/B 7, Revlon Colorstay Bronzer, Mac Woodwinked & Carbon, Nyx Liquid Liner in Black, Ben Nye Concealer Wheel, Nyx Runway Palette, Clinique A Different Kind of Grape lipstick.
*Side note: yes those are indeed bantu knots in my hair. I definitely believe in resting your hair from heat. I simply blow dried my roots , sectioned and added coconut oil in my hair. I think divided it up into maybe 6 or 7 sections, twisted, and knotted them up. I let them be while I did this tutorial and then got dress ( so maybe an hour), took my blow dryer and did a cool shot on them and took them down.