3 easy steps to fill in your eyebrows - Miss Rose
Eyebrows play an important role in enhancing your facial features. Moreover, if they are not plucked or filled accordingly to the shape it turns out to be a great disaster.you can learn from expert makeup artists also by watching tutorial videos.
For beginners, it's better to start with a brow pencil instead of using brow gel liner. Here are the three easiest steps to fill in your eyebrows like a pro.
Step 1 - Brushing:
The first step is to brush your brow hairs in an upward direction.
By doing so you can easily identify the spaces where you need to fill more or less according to the volume of brow hairs.
For this purpose, it is better to use a lash stoolie, as it helps comb them well.
In this manner, symmetry is created among the hairs of the brow and one can easily come to the next step which is defining the brows.
Step 2 - Defining:
After all the brows are combed upwards now is the time to define them. Take a brow pencil and outline the brow. Now starting from the bottom of the brows start making an outline. Remember not to go harsh just use lighter strokes to define a line.
Likewise, repeat with the lighter hand to draw the upper outline of the brow. Once the outline is completed then move to the next step filling up the brows.
Step 3 - Filling:
Here comes the trickiest part of making eyebrows that is filling. Always remember either you are using any shade or pencil for the filling purpose, keep the word lighter in your mind. Filling the brows with harsh strokes end up putting too much product. In this way either you end up getting too much product that turns out to be a great disaster or some dramatic brows may be.
Coming back towards filling it is advised to start from the lower end of the brow and with lighter horizontal strokes keep coming towards the start of the brow.
Now to fill the start of the brow you must use a pencil in a vertical direction and keep your hand lighter here. Fill up the brows according to the volume of the hairs somewhere lighter covering and somewhere more dense may be needed respectively.
Repeat the same steps for the other eyebrow too and ta-da you are almost done with your work.
In the end, never forget to comb your eyebrows again with the spool in order to remove excess product. Remember one thing the less you use the product the more natural your brows turn out to be.