If eyes are the windows to your soul, then eyebrows are the frames!
I’ve been getting asked to do a brow tutorial for some time now and I’ve finally done one! I’m still new to this tutorial filming thing, so I’m sorry about the times when lighting is a bit off… hopefully you can still get the gist!
This is how I do my eyebrows, it’s the result of years of practicing, honing my technique and trying new ways and products. Even just looking at pictures of me from a year ago, I can see how much my eyebrows have changed and how much better I am at doing them now.
In this tutorial, I use the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Granite but the technique can be achieved with other brow products. The only thing that might be harder with a pencil or shadow is getting the fine lines that I do to create fullness in the middle.
I talk about the benefit of having a thin synthetic angled brush to apply the product with. I use the Manicare Angled Brush which is stocked in New Zealand and Australia but there are a few brushes on anastasiabeverlyhills.com that also look like they would be perfect.
The other products used were Benefit Cosmetics High Brow highlighting pencil and my regular foundation (MAC Matchmaster) for cleaning up the edges.
One of the most important tips I think when filling in your brows is to aim for softness. So that means that there are no hard angles or corners, especially around the arch. Also create softness by blending the middle outwards and even drawing on extra hairs if needed as demonstrated in the video. By doing this, it creates a more natural and softer look.
Any questions, let me know!