Friday, 11 April 2014

Eyebrow Tutorial

Hi Beauty Lovers!

I hope your all enjoying my new blogging schedule, I mentioned several posts ago that I was starting a routine, and I'm well and truly sticking to it!

In my last post I promised I would do an eyebrow tutorial for you, so here it is! For those of you that didn't read my last post, it was something different, I shared my experience of HD eyebrows (link here).

I normally use clear gel to set my eyebrows, but I recently bought Benefit Gimme Brow, and although I do not particularly like it, it was £17.50 so I'm trying to use it up and get my moneys worth.

Products Used:
MUA E5 Eyelash Brush (I use this as a spoolie)
Zoeva 322 Brow Line Brush
The Body Shop Brow & Liner Kit
Benefit Gimme Brow

You don't have to use the same products as me, this is just what I use to fill in my brows.

Step One - comb through your eyebrows with your spoolie, making sure the hairs are in a shape you're happy with. If you don't have a spoolie you can use an old mascara wand, just make sure its thoroughly clean, or you could buy the MUA E5 brush for £1.
Step Two - Take your powder and brush fill in the middle third of your eyebrow, I like to make this section quite dark so I press the powder into my brow rather then sweeping it through.
Step Three - Fill in the outer third using the same method as before, take your time doing this section so you don't over draw your eyebrow - if you do, take a cotton bud and clean around the edges.
Step Four - Don't apply any extra powder to your brush, just lightly sweep what's left on the brush through the inner third of you eyebrow. Doing this makes them appear softer and more natural.
Step Five - Take your gel and comb it through the outer two thirds of your brows in a horizontal motion, make sure your gentle and don't press on your skin otherwise you'll smear your powder.
Step Six - Comb the gel vertically through the inner third, again be gentle.
Step Seven - Enjoy gorgeous eyebrows!
I hope you found this helpful and maybe gained some tips for when your doing your own eyebrows.
Let me know if you'd like to see tutorials as a regular thing.


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