Eyebrows have a way of defining and shaping the face. They reeaallly do. Trust me on this one.
I'm telling you this as someone who used to have teeny tiny brows due to over plucking to someone who now hesitates to pluck a
single brow hair. Want to hear my three-step process? Let's do it!
My first step is to go in with a brow spoolie and brush those hairs into a shape that looks somewhat decent. Once I find a decent shape, I use the Tarte brow mousse and gently start working in where my brows are sparse and add dimension. I never want to go overboard here because if my brows look like they have doubled in size, people will be giving me the brow. Get it? Or just a bad joke? Anyway, next I comb through with Gimme Brow to add volume and some of those high fiber strands. I don't know if it actually adds these fibers, but I'll go with it. The last step in my process is to brush through the brows again, but this time brush with clear mascara to ensure all the hairs stay in place. This is important even if you don't get intense with outlining and filling in; mostly because the brow hairs sag and stray away from their natural shape throughout the day. And there you have it... tamed and groomed brows in three easy steps!
| Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Brow Mousse | Maybelline Great Lash Clear Mascara | Benefit Gimme Brow |