The eyebrows play a significant part in facial characteristics; they can alter the overall impression. In ancient times females used pencil eyebrows to enhance their beauty, while females nowadays make themselves more appealing by cutting or tattooing their brows. A study proved that facial contrast made a face more feminine. It is especially true for brows that are darker than the surrounding skin due to the use of eyeliner and other cosmetics; selecting an eyebrow shape can flatter your face, making it more appealing. Here are five easy steps on how to draw your eyebrows.
Step 1: Clean it
To style your eyebrows, you must first clean them as part of your regular face-cleansing routine. Wet a small cloth with warm water and gently wipe it over your brows. Decide on what brow shape is appropriate for your face features; after deciding, gather all your grooming kit equipment and start to tweeze any hair that grows past the brow line. Another option is to shape your brows by waxing or threading them professionally.
Step 2: Prepare the brow products.
Suppose you’re new to cosmetics; the abundance of brow products on the market might be very confusing. So here are the products used to draw eyebrows. You’ll need a concealer to shape your brows, an eyebrow pencil, tweezer, eyebrow gel, and a spooile. Instead of using black shades, for it may make your brows sharp and intense, choose a shade somewhat lighter than your natural hair color; it can be dark gray, dark brown, or charcoal.
Step 3: Make your face ready.
The first thing first is to prepare your face by moisturizing it to keep it hydrated and smooth. Second, use a makeup primer, foundation, and concealer. Then, use a spooile to neutralize the darker hair color of your brows. After that, choose an eyeshadow that will compliment your eyes; you are trying to darken it to make your eyebrows more natural and less edgy. Lastly, powder it with transparent powder.
Step 4: Shape it
Know the start and finish of the brows; you can use an eyebrow pencil or a makeup brush. Line the eyebrow pencil down to the side of your nose and make a dot where the pencil meets the brow. After doing such, tilt the brow pencil until it is parallel to the pupils and mark the highest point of your brows with a dot. Then, place the pencil at 45 degrees from the side of the nose and the outer corner of the eyes to determine the end of the brows. Make a mark at the end of the brows with a dot and then connect the dots to get the exact brow shape.
Step 5: Fill it in.
Brush the hair upwards with the help of a spooile, and tweeze any hair that slips out the brow line. Fill in your brows with a tiny brush, preferably one with an edge. Don’t stray from your brow form; you’re just attempting to darken it, so proceed from the thickest to the thinnest area. Work in color in the lighter parts, but not too much. Use a brow powder or eyebrow pencil to cover the sparse areas. Then blend the brows evenly using a spooile. Then, apply a Brow gel to make it more natural. Dip a Q-Tip into the gel and gently massage it into your brows to give them a somewhat shiny appearance. This helps to retain the color on your brows for a longer period of time. Lastly, use a brush to apply concealer to the brow outline and a highlighting pencil on the brow arch.
To style eyebrows, you must first clean them as part of your regular face-cleansing routine. You’ll need a concealer to shape your brows, an eyebrow pencil, tweezer, eyebrow gel, and a spooile. Another option is to have them waxed or threaded professionally. Know the start and finish of your brows; you can use an eyebrow pencil or a makeup brush. Make a mark at the end of the brows with a dot and then connect the dots to get the exact brow shape. Fill in your eyebrows with a tiny brush, preferably one with an edge. Overall, styling your eyebrows requires patience and creativity.