Today’s tutorial is going to focus on how to get sleek, defined, yet natural brows.
When most people think of uses for concealer, they think about covering up dark circles under the eyes or red, irritated pimples on the face. But there are also reasons why you might use concealer around your eyebrows.
Concealer around eyebrows can be used to disguise any redness or small cuts or nicks from plucking, threading or waxing your eyebrows. If you regularly remove hair by plucking, threading or waxing, no doubt you’re familiar with the redness and irritation this sometimes causes, especially if you have sensitive skin or you or a beauty professional were rough with your eyebrow shaping. Concealer around eyebrows can effectively make this redness and irritation disappear.
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You will need: Eyebrow pencil, matte brown eyeshadow, an angled brush, a spoolie brush, concealer, and highlighter powder.
After plucking/waxing, use a spoolie brush to brush your eyebrow hairs upward. Then trim the top of the eyebrow into a straight and even line.
Using your eyebrow pencil, line the bottom curve of the brow. Use this technique to shape the arch into your desired shape.
Using your angled brush and a brown matte eyeshadow to softly fill in the brow with light strokes.
Use a ‘spoolie’ to brush the eyebrows, and focus on brushing the ‘beginning’ of each eyebrow to soften out any harshness. Wiggling the spoolie at the root of your eyebrow hairs will blur the eyebrow pencil to create a softer look.
With a concealer and a concealer brush, clean up your brows. Go underneath and above the eyebrow, getting as close as you can to the edges – and then blend thoroughly.
Take a small, flat eyeshadow brush and a powder highlighter/light gold shadow, and apply underneath the eyebrow arch and the brow bone.
Set your brows with a brow mascara or even a clear mascara. This will ensure your eyebrows stay great all day!
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