Hello! You might have noticed we talk about brows a lot on this blog! And while it’s my personal opinion that not everyone has to (or should) do their brows a certain way, a huge problem for beginners is getting a look that is much more bold and unnatural looking than intended. So today, I’m going to do an easy tutorial on how to get natural looking filled in brows without using a lot of products or spending a lot of time. Let’s begin!
Tools You’ll Need:
- Brow powder or eyeshadow in the color of your brows
- An angled brush
- Possibly the #`1 most important step is to choose a brow color that works for you. If you’re unsure what color to use, be on the safe side and pick a color that’s a little lighter than what you think you need. If you don’t have a lot of red in your hair. Use something a bit cooler in tone as well. I’m using Primal from the second Naked Basics palette.
- Dip your brush in your chosen eyeshadow/brow powder. If it’s high quality, you shouldn’t need a lot. Start wherever your brows are in most need of being filled in. For me, that means mid brow
- Use short brush strokes (this will mimic the line of hair) to fill in the sparsest areas. Then with whatever is left on your brush, fill in the areas that don’t need it as much to make sure your look is even. For me, this means in filling in the part of my eyebrow closest to my nose last.
And that’s it! Hope you enjoyed. Do you have any tips or tricks for filling in your eyebrows? Let me know in the comments below!