Having nice, sculpted, filled in brows has become a huge trend in beauty, but if you’re just starting out learning how to fill in your brows it can be a little intimidating. Between the dark high arched intense look, all the way through to a softer more natural look, it can be easy enough to know what style suits you based on your personality and beauty habits. The harder part is finding what brow product is right for you. Between pencils, gels, mascaras, and powders where are you supposed to start?
If you’re feeling a little lost, or could use some tips I’m going to go through my personal pros and cons for the four major types of brow products: powder, mascara, pencil, and gel. Each of them are good for certain looks and suiting different lifestyle needs. I’m not a huge beauty guru or anything, but I like to give you the beginner, girl next door type tips to help you weed through the information and help improve your look with the basics. Once we’ve covered how to choose the right brow product for your look I’ll go over how to use each product to fill in your brows. Stay tuned for part 2 coming in a few weeks!
To clarify things for anyone that may end up wondering, I talk about two different brow looks: a filled in look and a sculpted look. A filled in look is more natural and consists of primarily filling in any bare spots within your existing brow hair. A sculpted look requires more product and precision to reshape your brows. This look is generally used by anyone who may have overplucked their brows, or they just want a slightly different shape than what they have naturally.
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