You're Filling In Your Eyebrows All Wrong
Follow this eyebrow tutorial for how to shape eyebrows the right way, and you'll have better brows than Lily Collins and Cara Delevingne, combined
What? I resisted the urge to slap her in the face -- as well as the one to cry -- and defended my brow 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 eyebrows -- my whole face, even -- were instantly transformed. They looked thicker, more symmetrical and -- best of all -- completely natural.
So if your best friend has ever informed you that your eyebrow game needs improvement, let these eyebrow tutorial be your guide. Here, how to fill in eyebrows correctly. Try it -- I guarantee you'll notice a big difference.
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