Today 's lesson will teach you how to shape and thicken your eyebrows
Your eyes are one of the first things people notice. You do not want your eyebrows to interfere with the beauty of your eyes. Instead, they should accentuate your eyes and your face. While some people tend to pick too much or strive to get a thin line, the sexiest eyebrows are actually thicker. You can get thick eyebrows by learning the proper plucking techniques or by misleading a little makeup and brushes.
Brightening the eyebrows with makeup
Let's start by assuming that you are born with naturally fine eyebrows or that the tweezers have escaped you. If the latter, stop, breathe and remember that it is repairable. You will need some supplies to start.
- Eyebrow stencil – choose the thickness that best fits your face
- Eyebrow pencil or eyebrow powder
- Thickening mascara – the same shade or shade darker than the color of your eyebrows
Place the eyebrow stencil on your eyebrow and use the pencil or powder to fill. Use light lines to fill in the empty spaces. The use of dark lines will simply draw attention to makeup instead of blending into the rest of your eyebrows. Then use a small amount of thickening mascara (remove the excess of the wand with a tissue) on the real hair of the eyebrow, not on the makeup part. This will make the remaining hairs appear thicker, giving the illusion of thicker eyebrows.
Get Thick Eyebrows
If you're born with thin eyebrows, you probably will not want to wear makeup on every release. Think instead of eyebrow extensions or eyebrow growth products. The extensions are artificial hair that attach to your existing hair. They can be used in many salons and offer a longer-term solution.
You can also use growth products. These are usually creams, gels or liquids that you place on the eyebrows. They stimulate growth by matching thicker eyebrows. Over-the-counter and prescription options are available.
How to have perfect eyebrows
To make sure you always have the perfect eyebrows, start by determining the best shape and thickness for your face. Each face is different, so do not expect that your favorite star, like Beyonce or Cheryl Cole suits you well. A salon or makeup artist can help you make a decision. You can also use stencils with an eyebrow pencil to test different thicknesses. Make full use of stencils when you pick to make sure that you are only pinching hair outside the stencil area. If you want to avoid mistakes, consider doing your job professionally, which often lasts several weeks longer than at home.