Eyebrow Brush - Applying Eyebrow Brush
Eyebrows can give expression to the face and highlight the eyes, too. A downward line suggests sorrow and makes you look old.
Eyebrow brushes are similar to tiny toothbrushes. This eyebrow makeup brush is used to smooth the tiny hairs into shape. This is especially useful before and after plucking to confirm the desired shape. This type of makeup brush has an angled head and can be used to apply a small amount of shadow through the brow hairs too.
The following rules will help you create a neat eyebrow line:
The eyebrow should never weigh heavily on the eye, but should arch over it in a gentle curve.
Don't pluck your eyebrows completely or pluck them too often, for you may destroy the roots.
The most natural line is the one parallel to the line of your upper eyelid.
The end of the line should taper off towards the temple, so look carefully at your profile.
Each eyebrow should begin exactly over the tear duct.
To touch up, sharpen your pencil carefully and try to draw tiny hairs rather than one continuous line; it will look more natural.
If your nose is too long, do not draw your eyebrows too high.
High and finely drawn eyebrows make the eyes look smaller.
With a small brush and a drop of oil, brush your eyebrows upwards everyday
Tips on Applying Eyebrow Brush
- The trick to applying a natural eyebrow shape is using a hard, stiff, short brush and working with colorations instead of pencils.
- For sparse & light brows, darken them by applying a coat of clear mascara. Then using a small eyebrow brush dipped in gray/black/brown eye shadow, slowly apply & powder in like you would w/ a pencil for a more natural look.
- Applying a natural eyebrow shape is using a hard, stiff, short brush and working with colorations instead of pencils.