My Quest for Cara D's Power Brow
One editor tries every method under the sun to bring her brows from wimpy to fierce
"A big concern for many women is growing their brows in without looking unkempt," says Soare. "While your brows are growing back, you can still tweeze the shorter hairs that you don't want, as long as you have the right shape in place. Also, if your new hairs are too short to tweeze comfortably, I use a good quality highlighting pencil to help conceal tiny stray hairs until they are long enough to pluck." Though I was using them to help create the right shape, the Anastasia Beverly Hills Classic Brow Stencils also allow you to create a tweezing guideline by tracing instead of filling in the line.
The Method: The brow stencils come in different arch variations, ranging from petite arch to full arch. To start, you begin by choosing the stencil that most closely resembles the shape of your natural brow. I chose the smallest stencil, petite arch. My entire brow fit inside the cutout and there was still way too much empty, brow-less space.
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