I’d say that out of everything I do, I definitely get the most comments on my eyebrows. People seem to love them, so I thought I would share my eyebrow tutorial with you guys. This video is from a Facebook LIVE stream that I did about five months ago. I know the lighting is super wonky, so please forgive me, but the info is solid and I do a pretty decent job of explaining myself as I go.
Since I did record this several months ago, the products I use have changed. You can find a description of what I currently use below my eyebrow tutorial video. I also include a list of recommendations if you’re looking for a different type of product, such as a pencil or powder.
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My current products
I did this eyebrow tutorial several months ago, so my products have changed a bit, but my method hasn’t. The products I use now are the ELF Lock On Liner and Brow Cream in Espresso. I switched to this because I wanted something a little darker. I also now use a brow gel to help better define my actual brow hairs. I use the L’Oréal Brow Stylist Boost & Set in Dark Brunette. I love that the spoolie for this product is so teeny-tiny and the product really helps to volumize my brows. I just brush it through my brow hairs once I’m done filling them in.
If you have the budget and are struggling to find a good shade for your brows, I highly recommend checking out Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade. It’s the same idea but the shade range is much more expansive.
If you’re interested in a brow pencil, I recommend the NYX Micro Brow Pencil. There’s several shades to choose from and at $6.99 this is very wallet-friendly. Another affordable brow pencil option is the Maybelline Total Temptation Eyebrow Definer Pencil. It features a unique tear-drop shape tip that makes it so easy to fill in your brows!
If you’re thinking an eyebrow powder may be more your speed, search through your eyeshadow collection for one that will suffice. Talk about wallet-friendly! Look for one that is the appropriate tone and undertone. I personally use the Mary Kay Mineral Eye Color in Driftwood.
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