- small angled brow brush
- eye shadow or brow powder in the same shade as your brows
- eye shadow or brow powder one shade darker than your brows
Step 1: Brush up brows and tweeze any stragglers. Don’t get carried away, but by cleaning up brows you can really achieve great results. Try and see a professional at least twice a year for a strong reshaping.
Step 2: Using a small angled brow brush, apply an eye shadow color in the same shade as your brows. Start at the center to make sure to not over concentrate color too close to your eye. Continue to blend in small brush strokes, working toward inner corners and upward. Using small brush strokes, keep filling in brow with shadow in desired shape, following natural brow hair line. Over shaping can read fake.
Step 3: Next, select an eye shadow shade one shade darker than brow color. Using the same brow brush, apply light brush strokes to brows to create natural looking dimension. By using the two shades, you create a very fresh, natural looking brow that frames your eyes.
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