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Big, bold brows are officially in! And that means a certain amount of grooming may be necessary to help ensure your brows look on point day in and day out. As the frames of your face, a well-groomed set of brows can make all the difference in the world when it comes to tying your whole look together. That means it’s time to stock your makeup bag with the right eyebrow makeup.
Today, we’re here to talk to you about one nifty brow product and all the different ways you can use it in your makeup routine that you may not have thought of yourself. Here, learn seven makeup hacks using the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Frame & Set, which comes with a brow pomade and a dual-end angled brush and spoolie. Follow along with our tips below!
Shaping your brows at home can be tricky (we’ve all had a brow fail before!). But you can keep yours looking great with a little know-how. Before removing any hairs, just brush your brows straight up with the spoolie end of the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist-Frame & Set to identify where you have extra length, at which point you can trim along the upper edge of your arch. This technique can help you get killer shape without risking over-plucking your brows. Nothing to it!
The L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Frame & Set comes in four colors: blonde, light brunette, warm brunette, and deep brunette. To create the most natural-looking brows, you shouldn’t match your hair to your brows, despite that possibly being your first instinct. Instead, choose one shade lighter or darker than your hair color. A good rule of thumb: If you have light hair, go darker; if you have dark hair, go lighter. What about all the redheads out there? Try using a light brown eyebrow pencil.
When it comes to applying eyebrow makeup, a little goes a long way. All you have to do to use the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist-Frame & Set, simply dip your brush lightly into the pomade. There’s no need to pack on a ton of pomade onto the brush. After all, you want the end result to look natural! After you’re done dipping, lightly dab to remove excess product for more precise application.
It’s time to dust off your coloring skills! Before applying the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist-Frame & Set all over your brows, outline them first for definition, then fill them in. This will help you avoid going outside the lines.
Just because you don’t actually have full brows doesn’t mean you can’t fake the look of them. Draw brow hairs in sparse areas with the angled tip of the brush included with the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist-Frame & Set and fill in to your desired intensity.
Once you’re done filling your brows in with the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist-Frame & Set, comb and blend them with the spoolie to style your final look. That’s it!
Remember: Eyebrows are sisters, not twins. So, don’t stress if your brows don’t look identical after you’ve filled them in with the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist-Frame & Set. That’s because at the end of the day, natural-looking arches rarely ever match each other perfectly.
Now that you’ve had a little hands-on experience with the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Frame & Set, you might want to add more eyebrow makeup products to your makeup bag. Find the best brow product for your arches by reading our article, Power Brows 101: How to Find the Best Brow Definer for Your Brow Shape.