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Today we are going to be talking about my brows. People seem to like my brows a lot and compliment me on them, so I’ve decided to share how I do them.
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What I use
Let’s start with the products I use for my brows:
– Anastasia Beverly Hills DipBrow Pomade in Chocolate. You can purchase it here. I absolutely love this and have been using it for years!!! I’m sure there are many alternatives but this lasts me a longgg time and is worth it in my opinion.
– Anastasia Beverly Hills #12 brush . I like this brush because it’s dual sided and it’s all I need to get the job done.
I also use concealer and a concealer brush. I like to use this concealer LA Pro Conceal in Fawn and I have a generic angled brush that I use to clean up my brows after filling them in.
You don’t necessarily need a brush because of the application tip but if you like snatched, precise brows then I’d use a flat angled brush.
The first thing I do is dip the angled brush into the pomade. Using a light hand, I swipe product into the brush. Then, using light strokes outline the bottom of my first brow beginning in the front and ending at the tail. Then I outline the top of my brow from front to end.
Fill in brows
Continuing with light strokes, I fill in my brows around the tail then move back to the front. For the very beginning of my brow, I use the spoolie end of the tool to add a gradient effect to my brows and get rid of any harsh lines at the front.
Conceal and clean up
When my brows are done I go in with concealer. Using the flat angled brush I swipe a little product from the concealer applicator to the tip of the brush. Then I start at the front and slowly outline the bottoms of my brows. Then I dab and blend with my finger or brush.
Here are some pictures of how my brows.
If you want to see a video on how I do my brows then check out my YouTube video.
Catch you in the next post.