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How To Do Your Own Eyebrows Just like a Pro
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As always, we like to make your life easier. With this beautiful makeup hack, that can be done your own eyebrows like a PRO! Just follow the steps, plus Voila! You’ ll be able to show off those professionally produced brows. We’ ve got the perfect eyebrow framing tutorial right here. Keep reading for tips and the best items to use. First, check out the step-by-step instructions:
With a brow brush slightly brush the eyebrows up-wards and across.
Step 2 .
Use a Matte shadow palette to complete your eyebrows (Choose a color that will match or even near your hair color).
Find the start of your eye brows – place the brush at the edge of your nose straight up for your eyebrows.
Use an angled brush and start lining your eyebrows making it thicker at the front and thinner as you go on. (Then work the same to the other brow).
Find the arch of your eyebrows – Angle the brush from the edge of your nasal area angling it upwards lining with the outer part of the student.
Carve an arch right over the eye socket.
Find where your own brows should end – from the end of your nasal area line it towards the outer corner of your eye.
Darken the arch of your brows towards the finish and do the same to the other brow.
Use concealer with a flat brush to clean out any kind of uneven lines under or above your brows.
1 . Eyebrow powder is preferred over an eyebrow pencil because it blends well with the hair which makes it look softer and more natural.
2 . Heavier eyebrows give a younger look.
3. Concealer gives that perfect full brows look.
Items used in this makeup tutorial:
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Editor’ s Note – This post was originally published in September 2014 and it has been updated for quality and relevancy.