Don’t know what to do with your thin eyebrows? Dream of the perfect arch? Look no further, we’ve unlocked the secrets to have eyebrows on fleek!
Now you can achieve the eyebrows you’ve always dreamed of with the help of a simple product: eyebrow gel, pencil, or powder.
Not to panic, we tell you which product is best for the look you’re going for.
But first…run to your brow artist and get them done!
You might shed a tear or two but so worth it! Eyebrow threading is the method of using a thread to shape your eyebrows. The eyebrow artist has more control over which hairs to pull out and can even do so in rows.
Waxing is the quickest method if you can’t bear the pain. It’s simply using a hot strip of wax for precise hair removal. It tends to be cheaper than threading.
You can do this method right at home with a lifetime investment of tweezers! But you might not get professional results unless you’re that good and ingrown hair is more common.
Now that you got them done, fill them in with your preferred shaping tool for the ultimate eyebrows on fleek:
Eyebrow pencils are easy to use and are designed to fill sparse hairs for fuller eyebrows. To use, start at the arch and end at the tail of the brow using light strokes. Then fill in the inner corners for natural definition.
Scared of the dramatic brow effect? Try brow powder for a more natural look!
Most eyebrow palettes will come with 2-3 shades to achieve the desired look. Use an angled brush to apply the powder onto the brows. Shade the area little to no hair with the darker shade. Then use the lighter shade for darker areas and the rest of the brows. If your palette comes with a highlighter, use it to outline your brows for eyebrows on fleek!
Gel will make your eyebrows appear thicker, fuller, and will hold your brows in place the entire day. It has become the ultimate product for beginners since it’s easy to control and take off at night.
Apply over brow powder or pencil to highlight your brows in a natural manner. You can easily touch up the roots since brow gel will blend with your hair color.
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