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By now, you’re probably well aware that a killer set of brows is one of the biggest beauty trends of the moment. And getting brows that look thick and full can be achieved by using the right eyebrow makeup. Of course, if you haven’t used eyebrow makeup before, then you might be intimidated—after all, you want your brows to look as natural as possible. And with one wrong move, you could end up with brows that look anything but. The good news is, applying eyebrow makeup doesn’t have to be quite as difficult as you’ve imagined. Follow our eyebrow makeup tutorials for beginners below—just top your look with some eyeliner and mascara and you’re good to go!
Have thin brows? Pick up the following eyebrow makeup products and follow our tutorial to create the appearance of thicker brows.
What you’ll need:
L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Shape & Fill Mechanical Pencil
L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Boost & Set Brow Mascara
Get the look by following these simple steps:
Step 1: Brush your brows. Use the spoolie end of your eyebrow pencil to brush all of your brows hair up and in the direction they naturally grow. This will make it easier to see what you’re really working with.
Step 2: Add volume with brow mascara. Simply swipe on some brow mascara. Start at the beginning of your brows, making sure to brush up and over in the direction they naturally grow as you work your way out towards the tails of your arches.
Step 3: Add definition. Use the thicker end of your eyebrow pencil to trace along the bottom edge of the first half of your brow. When working with your tails, use the narrower edge of your pencil. Blend, blend, blend.
If you feel like your brows could use a more distinct shape, we’ve got the perfect eyebrow makeup tutorial for you below.
L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Frame & Set
L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Definer Mechanical Pencil
Get the look by following these simple steps:
Step 1: Brush your brows. Using the spoolie end of the brush that comes with your brow pomade, brush your brows up and over in accordance with the way they naturally grow. This will help show what shape you’re working with so that you know what needs accentuation.
Step 2: Map your brows. Use your eyebrow pencil to help map out your brows. First, align the pencil with the dimple of your nose straight up towards your brow. Wherever it lands, that’s where your brow should begin, so draw a small brow hair to mark your place. Next, align the pencil with the dimple of your nose diagonally up across your iris. Wherever it lands on your brow is where your arch should naturally be the highest, so draw a dash. Lastly, align the pencil with the dimple of your nose and extend it over toward the tail end of your brow. Wherever it lands is where your ends should be, so draw a dash.
Step 3: Trace your arches. Now that your brows are mapped, use the angled edge of the brush that comes with your brow pomade and connect the dots. Make sure to draw straight lines between each dash to create a sculpted arch. Don’t worry about it looking to thick because you’ll blend it out in the end.
Step 4: Fill in your brows. Dip the angled-edge of your brush into your brow pomade to add color to the area between your outline.
Step 5: Add natural-looking definition. To complete your shapely arches, use your eyebrow pencil to draw hair-like strokes through your brows. Once you’ve finished, used the spoolie end of your eyebrow pencil to blend everything out for a seamless, natural look.
If your brows just don’t quite grow right, use this eyebrow makeup tutorial to fill in patchy brows.
L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Prep & Shape Brow Kit
L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Kabuki Blender
Step 1: Brush and map your brows. Use the spoolie end of your kabuki blender to brush your arches up and over in the direction that they naturally grow. From there, use the full blender pencil to help map out where your arch should align.
Step 2: Fill in your brows. Use your brow shaping kit (which comes with a wax and a powder) to fill in any patchy areas of your brows. Blend after application.
Step 3: Complete your arches with a little extra color. In the event that any patches peek through, your kabuki blender to camouflage hairless areas.
Regardless of what brow type you have and which eyebrow makeup tutorial you’ve chosen to try, consider using the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Brow Raiser Highlighter Duo to top things off. Use the matte end to conceal around the edges for extra clean lines, followed by the highlighter end to reflect light for a model-off-duty look. Speaking of that, if you’re looking for a low-key makeup look to pair with your new brow routine, check out our article, How to Get a Model-Off Duty Makeup Look.