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How To Fill In, Shape, Tweeze, Trim, And Transform Your Eyebrows
Here are the tools
1. Eyebrow Powder, for filling in thin or patchy spots.
2. Eyebrow Brush (with one angled powder brush and one spoolie brush), for applying powder and combing through hairs.
3. Eyebrow Scissors, for trimming long hairs
4. Tweezer, for tweezing stray hairs.
5. Eyebrow pencils (with a spoolie brush on the end), for correcting the shape of your brows and then filling them in.
6. Eyebrow serum, for growth.
7. Eyebrow highlighter, for underneath the arch of your eyebrow.
8. Clear eyebrow gel, for keeping your eyebrow hairs in place once you’ve groomed them.
First, use a tweezer (or an eyebrow pencil) and line it up against your face to map out where your eyebrow should begin and end on your face.
Step 1: Hold the tweezer vertically from the outermost part of ur nostril straight up to ur eyebrow. The place where the tweezer hits is where the head (or innermost part) of ur eyebrow should begin.
Step 2: Hold the tweezer horizontally at the top of each brow to make sure they’re at the same height. If they don’t match up, u can fill in the lower eyebrow to match the higher one.
Step 3: Hold the tweezer diagonally from the outermost part of ur nostril to the outermost part of ur eye. Where the tweezer extends past ur eye is where the tail (or outermost part) of ur eyebrow should end.
For thinner eyebrows, follow these guidelines for filling in with a pencil. If you prefer to use an eyebrow brush and powder, the same guidelines apply.
Step 1: Using a pencil that is about one shade lighter than your natural eyebrow color, gently fill in the head of your eyebrow (at the head spot you found while mapping out your eyebrows). Use light, short strokes to mimic your natural eyebrow hairs.
Step 2: Moving past the head, begin gently filling in the body of your eyebrow. This part is typically the most dense, so focus on just filling in sparse areas with pencil so you don’t overdraw.
Step 3: Fill in the tail of your eyebrows and extend out past the outermost corner of your eye (to tail spot you found while mapping out your eyebrows)
Step 4: Use a spoolie brush to brush through both eyebrows. This will blend in the pencil with your hairs to everything look uniform and natural.
Step 5: Smile! Your eyebrows look great.
If your eyebrows are thin or sparse, you can apply a daily eyebrow serum to help them grow.
And for thick eyebrows, focus on grooming hairs around your natural brow.
Step 1: Tweeze below your natural brow by plucking out hairs, moving against the grain.
Step 2: Tweeze above your brow to remove any thick, stray hairs above your arch.
Step 3: If you need to, use an eyebrow razor from the side of your hairline to just above the top of your eyebrow to remove any thin, excess hair on your temples.
Step 4: If you need to, use the eyebrow razor from the top of your forehead to above the head of your eyebrow, removing excess facial hair on your forehead.
To keep thick eyebrows in place all day, you can use a clear eyebrow gel.
Now, for the specifics. The eyebrow type you have will determine your grooming details.
For over-tweezed eyebrows: Focus on filling in sparse areas and getting rid of stray hairs.
Tools You’ll Need:
- Eyebrow Pencil
- Duo Eyebrow Brush
Joey explained that to make over-tweezed eyebrows symmetrical, it’s all about addition and subtraction: Add to the sparse areas (the tail and the head) with a brow pencil and subtract the stray hairs (under the brow bone) with a tweezer. “Sometimes, eyebrows can look like Hawaii when they should actually like California,” he said. Once the brows were filled in with pencil, he combed through them with the spoolie brush to blend everything together and make them look natural.
For those with a smaller forehead: Focus on maximizing the space between your eyebrows and your hairline.
Tools You’ll Need:
- Eyebrow razor
- Eyebrow brush and powder
Joey tweezed above her eyebrows to maximize the space between her eyebrow and her hairline, which made her small forehead appear larger and opened up her face. Her eyebrows were thicker at the head and thinner at the tail, so Joey filled in her tails with powder and a brush to balance out the proportions.
For patchy eyebrows: Focus on uniform density.
Tools You’ll Need:
- Eyebrow brush
Eyebrows don’t always grow in with the same thickness throughout. Joey first tweezed stray hairs around the main brow shape. He then suggested focusing on where the brows were naturally the most dense (in this case, at the center), then filling in the patchy parts (the head and the tail) with powder and a brush so the entire eyebrow was consistently thick.