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brow tutorial for all you brow deprived ladies :)

claralikesguts

New member
i'm not as brow deprived now... but sorry for deleting all the old pictures, guys! i do my eyebrows differently now, and the previous tutorial was crap so it needed an update anyway.


i used...
dark brown eyebrow pencil
Mulch e/s
maybelline concealer


start!


my brows have grown a lot, but not enough to my liking.

i just fill in the end a little bit with the pencil, using a very light hand. i don't want the ends to be too dark!





i then take a small angle brush and dip it lightly in mulch, and use that to fill in the inner part of my brows where i have the least hairs. again, i use a light hand because i don't want them to look too artificial.




thennnnn i take a clean spooley brush and brush out my brows, brushing up in the inner part and out on the rest. this is a crucial step- it softens the pencil and e/s to make it look more natural.




then i take a really small artist's angle brush an put a very small amount of my concealer on it, and line the bottom of my brow to reach my desired shape.



sorry for the weird lighting in this one!




then i carefully blend it out trying to keep the line right under my brow somewhat intact...



finished



thanks for looking!
 

Septemba

New member
Thanks for the tut!! Concealer is the best trick ever when doing brows
Oh, and double points for the DC - best drink ever.
 

April47

New member
I really enjoyed your tutorial, but to be completely honest I think that you made your eyebrows too dark. They would would look a lot less harsh if you used a lighter brown colour instead of black.

I'm not try to be mean, so please do be hurt/upset, I just wanted to tell you that.
 

rimberry

New member
Nice, the one thing I would do is take a q-tip to blend out the inner part of your brow a bit more. I do this so that it doesn't look as harsh and a drawn in.
 

Penn

New member
thanks for posting this, I think your brows look great! It may be dark for some people but this is her own personal preference. You look beautiful even without make up
 

nursee81

New member
I like how your eyebrows look. I am going to give try the concelar a try next time I hit up MAC. I know Ruby_who uses it too.
 

hhunt2

New member
Very lovely!

You went/go to Wilcox HS (according to your shirt)??

My husbands family lives behind the school... that family used to terrorize Wilcox back in the day from the 1970's to 2000 (literally). lol
 

claralikesguts

New member
Quote:
Originally Posted by hhunt2
Very lovely!

You went/go to Wilcox HS (according to your shirt)??

My husbands family lives behind the school... that family used to terrorize Wilcox back in the day from the 1970's to 2000 (literally). lol


yes, lol what a small world!
 

ci.italy

New member
oh no..a lot of pics are missing
can't see the full tutorial but just 3 photos..what's goin on?
however..the final one in visible..very god job
 

chickatthegym

New member
Love it! wish you could come do my brows
I have such light brows, it is hard for me to get definition without making them look too dark and unnatural.
 
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