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Eyebrows are essentially taking over the beauty world, becoming the focus of just about everyone’s beauty routine. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t extremely individual. Every pair of brows, and the look that will suit them best, is not the same. What does that mean, exactly? Well, just that different people should use different eyebrow makeup products to style their arches. Instead of working your way through a whole host of different products until you find your perfect match, we’re sharing exactly which products are right for which people. Below, read our handy eyebrow makeup product guide and find the answer to achieving your very best arches.
Learning to fill in your brows can be intimidating, but half the battle is picking the right product. If you’re using angled brushes, styling waxes, or powders, back up a step. Beginner’s should stick with what’s simple, opting for a classic pencil that offers a natural look.
Eyebrow makeup pick: The L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Designer is an easy-to-use brow tool that allows you to seamlessly reveal a soft, blended brow look. After brushing through your brows, use the precise tip crayon to fill in uneven areas with light feathered strokes. Finish your look by combing and blending with the soft brush tip to define your arch.
Do your makeup application skills rival that of any pro MUA? Then a triangular tip brow pencil could be exactly the right product to add to your makeup bag. A triangle tip allows a brow pencil to be used in multiple ways, making it the choice of many professionals in the beauty biz.
Eyebrow makeup pick: The L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Shape & Fill Pencil precisely outlines, easily shades, and evenly fill in brows. Plus, it has a styling spoolie for blending. Start with clean, brushed brows, then outline the edges of your arches for precise lines. Shade in with the flat side of the pencil for even coverage, then define the tail of your brows using the tip.
The sparser your brows are, the more effort they may require to perfect. Rather than using a crayon or pencil with a wide tip to quickly fill in any patchy spots, you’ll want to look for a pencil with a fine tip. The precise point will allow you to create more realistic looking “hairs” and make for brows that don’t look drawn on.
Eyebrow makeup pick: The L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Definer Pencil has an ultra-fine tip, making it the perfect tool to recreate tiny brow hairs for a well-define brow look. Use the pencil to draw the outline of your brow shape, then fill in the gap with light feathered strokes. Comb up following your arch shape using the soft blending brush for a more defined look.
If you spend any time at all on social media, you’ve probably noticed your favorite influencers sporting the sharpest of sharp brows. And who could blame you for wanting to play copycat with that look? Certainly not us! To create brows with a bit of drama to them, your best bet is a pomade.
Eyebrow makeup pick: The L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Frame & Set is a cream pomade with a double-ended brush and blending spoolie tool. The lightweight formula easily glides onto skin and brow hairs to frame and set, while the brush draws in individual hairs, precisely shapes arches, and fills in eyebrows for a naturally defined and styled look that stays put. To apply, dip the brush into the pomade and outline the brow. Use the angled tip to draw in brow hairs in spare areas, filling in to your desired intensity. Comb and blend using the spoolie to style.
Not everyone is after brows that make a serious statement. Some might prefer a look that’s softer and subtler. If that’s the case for you, we have you covered. Look for a crayon product with a blending brush. This basic combo is just right for filling in brows that look soft and full—not harsh.
Eyebrow makeup pick: The L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Kabuki Blender features an innovative crayon on one end and a kabuki blending brush on the other. The soft and creamy formula of the crayon glides on smoothly and easily for even application, while the brush blends for fuller-looking brows with a soft finish. It’s up to you whether you use this eyebrow makeup product lightly for a natural look, or build intensity for a more eye-catching look. Either way, start by filling in your brows with the tip of the crayon, building to your intensity of choice. Then, all you have to do is flip the tool and blend.
Who among us isn’t looking to shave a few minutes off our morning beauty regimen? Achieving your ideal arch can be time-consuming, no doubt about it. If you tend to find yourself running a little late or rushing through the end of your makeup routine, you could be in need of a speedier way to shape your brows. Instead of fussing with pencils and pomades, grab a tinted brow gel and you’ll be good to go.
Eyebrow makeup pick: The L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Plumper is a fiber-infused brow gel mascara that allows you to fill in and set for tinted, thicker-looking brows that last all day long. Starting with clean brows, simply apply the brow mascara in short upward strokes, following your brow shape. Comb through to blend and plump brows.
Now that you’ve found your brow product match, be sure to check out our 7 Makeup Hacks Using the L’Oréal Paris Brow Stylist Frame & Set next.