Thick brows aren’t just for those born with a naturally perfect pair. Pencils and powders work wonders to bridge the gaps, especially if your brows have been over-tweezed and there’s no time for regrowth.
Place a brush along the side of your nose to find where your brows should ideally start.
Angle the brush from the outside of your nose to the outer corner of your eye to find where your brows should ideally end. The end of the brow’s point should be at a 45-degree angle from the outside end of the eye.
Brush brows up with a spoolie brush. This helps you to see the shape you like and to see where they are uneven.
Using short dash-like strokes to mimic your natural hairs, softly fill in any sparse areas with a pencil. Choose the color that best matches your brows and fill in really lightly so it’s barely there.
Use an angled brush and a similarly colored pressed powder to define the shape of your brows even more. The goal is to really have the most even brows, but try not to overly fill in the inside corners of the brows or make the end points too harsh.
Brush through brows again with a spoolie to blend out the color and soften any harsh lines.
To set the look and hold the hairs in place, comb through brows with a coloured gel.
Dip a fluffy brush in translucent powder and trace around the perimeter of the brows. This makes the edges look smart and clean.