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As far as beauty trends go, brows are back—and they’re bigger than ever! Unless you’ve been in a total social media blackout, you’ve probably noticed bigger brows making a major comeback. (Does the saying “eyebrows on fleek” ring a bell to you?) Gone are the days of over-plucking and pencil thin eyebrows. Want gorgeous, fuller-looking brows? Keep reading to find out how to master this look!
Just like you take the time to figure out your what color of foundation suits your skin tone, the same holds true when it comes to figuring out your ideal brow shape. The shape of your face plays a major role in what type of arch shape you should have. Brows accentuate your facial structure and help frame that smoky eye you so fondly love, so it’s important to start by figuring out your brow type according to the shape of your face.
If you have a square face…the best eyebrow shape for you is gently curved. The reason why this shape is ideal for you is because it works better on more angular facial structures. A gentle curve can help to soften your facial features.
If you have a round face…the best eyebrow shape for you is angular. Just like how curved brows offer the perfect contrast to a square face, angular brows do the same for round shaped faces. Get the illusion of a more defined bone structure with a strictly styled arch.
If you have a heart shaped face…keep your brows well-groomed. Heart shaped faces are characterized by a wider forehead and a narrower jaw. Since your forehead is a bit wider than the rest of your face, the last thing you want are ultra-thick brows. Go to your local salon or pick up a pair of tweezers to create a well-groomed (but not too-thin!) arch. Only remove hair from the underside of your brow to keep the top of your arch in perfect condition.
If you have a long face…go for slightly extended brows. This style will help create a new focal point when your facial features feel elongated. Instead of focusing on the vertical span of your features, your eyes will be drawn to your horizontal characteristics when you style your brows past the ends of your eyes.
A beautiful set of arches is within your reach. Grab these products and get to work!
This brow pomade comes with a brow brush and spoolie, and it’s available in four hues: light brunette, blonde, warm brunette, and deep brunette. Dip the brush into the pomade, outline and define your brow, draw in hairs in sparse areas using the angled tip, fill in your brows to your desired intensity, and comb and blend with the spoolie.
To use this pencil, which is available in three shades (blonde, brunette, and dark brunette), draw an outline of your brow shape and fill in the gap with light, feathered strokes.
This crayon is available in three shades: blonde, brunette, and dark brunette. Fill in your brows using the tip of the crayon until you reach your desired intensity, then blend with the kabuki blending brush.
Follow this how-to guide for the brows of your dreams!
Step 1: Start by combing your brows with a spoolie. Comb them upwards to follow the natural pattern of your arches.
Step 2: Outline your brows. Using a pencil, crayon, or pomade, line the top and bottom edges of your brow to add definition.
Step 3: Using an angled brow brush, fill in your eyebrows to give them more definition. Never use a brow shade that’s lighter than your natural hair color. It’s OK to go a shade darker to get an ultra-defined look, though.
Step 4: It’s time to blend! After filling everything in, grab your spoolie to blend it all together for a natural look.
Step 5: Sometimes after blending everything together, brows can look a little too soft. Use a definer pencil to lightly re-line brows to make them the facial focal point.
Step 6: Just like a highlighter accentuates your overall appearance when applied to your cheeks and the bridge of your nose, a small amount of concealer around your brows can really make them pop. Use an angled brush to apply concealer along the outer edges of your arches to create a well-groomed finish.