As you can see I don't have much of a brow, and I have had to therefore perfect the art of drawing them on. Although I tend to change the shape and depth of my brows often, I do not often change my technique. This is what I have been doing for a few weeks and am loving the sculpted and full result.
Comb the brows upwards with a spoule (aka mascara wand) sans product
I love Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow pomade, it is similar to a gel liner but for the brows. It's the one product I have found that doesn't shift through out the day. Using my Seb Makeup angle brush ($10.50NZ - Available in my web shop) and a small amount of product I outline the top and bottom line of my brow as a guide. Then I fill in very lightly, leaving the inner corner mostly bare.
Using a darker brow product (pictured is the BH Cosmetics brow trio in Blonde) I darken the tail of my brow as my hair is quite dark at the moment. You don't need to do this if you're fair haired.
Now for my absolute fav brow product in the entire world, Benefit Gimme Brow. I brush this on and it gives the natural hairs thickness and prevents the brow from looking too drawn on. Honestly this stuff is actually amazing. Holy grail stuff.
Lastly I like to clean up the brow underneath with a little concealer. This just gives it a really clean, polished finish.
So, 5 easy steps and you too can have a perfectly formed brow. Unless you're one of the lucky ones who were born with them, and to you my friend embrace and enjoy those bad boys! X
NZ based hair and makeup artist, Mum, wife, beauty blogger, & advocate for self acceptance & empowering women.