You're Filling in Your Eyebrows All Wrong
Follow these 7 steps and you'll have better brows than Lily Collins, Cara Delevingne and Jennifer Lopez -- combined
What? I resisted the urge to slap her in the face -- as well as the one to cry -- and defended my work. After all, I was using a pricey pencil, and a makeup artist had approved the color.
Fast-forward a few weeks. I had a meeting with brow expert Zoey Van Jones, and I couldn't wait to see what she thought of my brow penciling technique.
"They look pretty good," she said (just being polite, I now realize). Then, she grabbed a spoolie brush, erased the pencil and powdered in my brows with a few quick strokes. My brows -- my whole face, even -- were instantly transformed. They looked thicker, more symmetrical and -- best of all -- completely natural.
So if your best friend tells you your brows look terrible, here's how to fill them in correctly. Try it -- I guarantee you'll notice a big difference.
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