I love me a bold brow. I often get compliments on my brows and asked how I fill them in since they look natural. I go back 'n forth between powder and mousse depending on the look I want to achieve so I thought I'd show you the two options.
|What I used: DHC's Designing Pencil Eyebrow // blinc eyebrow mousse // Brush: billion dollar brows brow brush|
Step 1: Use pencil to fill in the mostly bare areas. For me, my hair is thin so the edges are very thin despite not plucking/waxing the hairs. *Kim's tip: do this after applying all your makeup. This is my second to last step (mascara is last).
Step 2: Apply mousse. First I use the the tip point to dispense since a lot can come out on the wand then brush through the hair.
Step 3: Let dry for a few minutes and brush out. Personally I prefer to "buff out" the mousse with a brow brush but you should let the mousse dry so I do a few things (i.e. brush teeth) before doing so.
|What I used: DHC's Designing Pencil Eyebrow // bareMinerals brow powder // Brush: billion dollar brows brow brush|
Step 1: Use pencil to fill in the mostly bare areas. Recommended if you have thin hair like me. You can do it without but I feel like it helps me from building up too much on the thin areas.
Step 2: Use powder brush to apply powder. I start on the outside for a heavier look and work my way in to where I need less product.
Final step - I also recommended buffing out a little with the brush to ensure that it's evenly applied.
And for a night-out, long-lasting look opt for a combo like I did for the Adele outfit post.
Do you fill in your brows? What do you prefer?