I love full eyebrows. I think they make a huge difference when it comes to makeup. But they are tricky! It has taken me a long time to feel comfortable doing my brows so to save you some legwork, here's my very easy guide to doing brows. It's only four steps! There's also videos on our instagram demonstrating these steps for all you visual learners.
1. Line under the brows - Comb your brows upwards and draw lines following the underside of the brow. Use light, feathery strokes. This is when I also elongate my brows. They are a little too short. I do this using light, hair-like strokes. There are a ton of image guides on Pinterest you can use to show you exactly where your brows should begin and end. Here's a link to one if you're curious for your own brows! Once you are done with drawing along the underside, use a spoolie to comb through the brows again to blend out the lines and make it look more natural.
2. Fill in your brows - Following the direction of the hairs, once they have been combed upwards, fill in the gaps using (again) light, hair-like strokes. Then, comb through the brows again to blend in the lines you've made to make them blend in with your natural brows.
3. Comb your hairs downward and fill in again - This step has made the biggest difference for my brows. I have a lot of gaps on the top of the brow and it makes them look more sparse. So, comb your hairs downward and fill in the gaps in the direction of the hairs. Again using small, light strokes. Sometimes people will draw a line on the top of the brow like they do on the underside but I think it looks more natural when using shorter strokes.
4. One final comb through - I know, so much combing!!! After I am done filling in the top of the brow, I'll comb my hairs upwards again to fill in any other areas that are still not looking full. Then comb through them ONE LAST TIME in the upwards direction to blend in the work you've done and voila, beautiful brows!
I've also included my favorite brow products in the image above to get you started on your search. The Sephora brow pencil works well and is decently cheap. I will say the comb they have on the other end is not good, so you will need a separate spoolie! The Anastasia Beverly Hills pencils are my favorite, but they don't last a long time and they are pricy! I've heard great things about the Benefit brow products, that they last longer and work really well. Have any other questions you did not get answered in this post? Add them below or on insta and I will try to help you out!