Bold, face-framing brows are very much still en Vogue. But even with the many online tutorials available from beauty bloggers and experts, it’s still easy to go too far and end up looking more Scouse Brow than Cara Delevingne.
Eyebrow tail too long
Extending the tail of your brow too far, further than its natural stopping point, drags down your eyes resulting in a permanently sad and tired expression! Identify the natural placement of your brow by envisioning a line stretching diagonally from the edge of your nostril to the edge of your eye and beyond. Where the line meets the brow bone is where you should stop.
The over-fill/under-fill crisis
Heavily filled in brows can look unnatural and consequently, under-filled brows can look patchy. It is important to find the balance between not enough and too much. Be careful not to overlay the product too many times, or else an unflattering build up will occur. To avoid doing a patchy job, make sure you don’t focus solely on filling in one area but evenly spread the product through the brows.
The motion in which you apply your eyebrow products ultimately defines the outcome. A single strike along your brow simply won’t do. Instead, you want to move in the direction of the hairs, using short, flicking movements to feather in sparse areas. This will create a natural effect and flawless brows.
How to create good brows
Faking your way to groomed arches has never been simpler. Statement Cara D brows are yours for the taking and result in maximum impact with minimum input.
Use brow liner
Fill in the gaps or sketch on a pair? Choose Eyeko Liquid Brow Liner or Eyeko Fat Liquid Brow Liner to transform your arches with a few gentle strokes.
Style, shape and lock down your brow look with a gel. Use short upward strokes, directing the brush back and forth building volume then use the tip to shape and style the hairs. Gels has botanically-enriched formula to condition brows with a bespoke nano-brush for accurate definition, providing an enviable natural finish with long lasting hold.
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