5 Eyebrow Products For Killer Brows
Killer brows are your best accessory, hands down! Literally, all of our celebrities have experts shaping their brows, setting up the framework for their beautiful faces and flawless makeup looks.
I mean, it’s known fact that rocking natural, bold brows is everything.
So, here are a few products for killer brows of your own, no experts required! Really, these products are that good.
1. The Tweezer
Even the most amazing, Cara Delevingne brows, can do with a slight tweezing. Haven’t found the holy grail of brow salons? Don’t like changing your brows at all? Maybe hairs have started sprouting in between monthly sessions? It’s always good to keep tweezers handy.
Don’t try shaping or tweezing the shape of your brow. Leave that to the experts. Instead, pull out those extra hairs below, above, or in between your brows. You might even find extra hair on the outer corner of you brows, completely out of line. Stick to tweezing those and nothing else. This is the base of a killer brow look.
2. Brow Gel
Comb messy or untamed hair into place with a brow gel. Body Shop’s brow gel is a life saver. It’ll groom both your brows and your lashes. Just comb in the natural direction of the hairs for perfectly placed brows.
3. Brow Pencil
A brow pencil is my favourite way to draw in and shape brows, the subtle way. Make sure you opt for something with a spoolie brush as a tip so you can keep combing your brows to ensure the colour isn’t too intense.
Use a very tapered pencil to define the top of your brows first. Don’t start drawing from the inner corner of your brows; instead start drawing a gentle and soft line to define the top of your brows, the arch, and the slant. Go along the shape of your natural brow. Then, do the same along the bottom and make soft hair-like strokes to fill in sparse gaps. Draw upwards and slanted hair-like strokes on the inner corner of your brows, starting from bottom to top, in the direction of your hair. You don’t want the inner corner to appear too boxy.
4. Brow Mascara
Apply brow mascara for an even tone all across your brows. Take off the excess product and gently comb your hairs to set and finish the look. Once again, comb in the direction of your hairs.
Remember, for any coloured brow product, choose a colour that’s just a shade or two lighter than your natural brow colour. So if you have dark, black hair, try a dark grey-brown. If you have brown hairs, you want to choose a brown-yellow.
5. Conceal & Highlight
Use the concealer end above and under your brows to give it that polished, professional look. Blend it out with your fingers for easy use. Then, apply the highlighter right above your arch and below it, along your brow bone. Oh my, my, your brows are ready to slay!