Have you noticed in the past couple of years super clean, filled in eyebrows have been a trend? I’m almost 30 and I’ve gone through a few eyebrow trends. I’ve been through the over plucked eyebrow phase, the bushy “Audrey Hepburn” eyebrow phase, and now the perfectly groomed eyebrow phase.
I have to admit, this is the hardest phase to keep up with since it has the most upkeep. But when it’s done right it looks really beautiful. You honestly don’t need that much makeup when your eyebrows are done! They frame the face so well and give you a complete, polished look.
Here is what I do to keep my eyebrows in check in everyday. I will note that this does take a bit of practice and it might not be perfect the first time. But after awhile I promise it will only take a couple of minutes and you’re out the door! I’ve tried many methods and this is the fastest and best. Enjoy!
Have a clean eyebrow to start with. It’s okay for it to not be perfectly waxed. The concealer will cover any tiny hairs. But it is important to keep up with your eyebrows so it looks the best when you do this look!
Brush hairs with spoolie and fill in any gaps. Use your Beauty Counter Color Define eyebrow pencil (the BEST) to brush your eyebrows in place. Then lightly start filling up any gaps of hair. Use small strokes and make sure it blends. Also make sure to blend any harsh lines with the spoolie.
Use NYX Tinted Brow Mascara to make them a little darker and keep them in place. DO NOT over do this step! If you put on too much it will come out too dark. Make sure you go over your eyebrows lightly a FEW times at the most.
Last step (really important!) You’re probably thinking, I can stop here right? Well you can, but I highly recommend this last step. Mainly because it completes the look. Use your Anastasia Beverly Hills Pro Pencil eyebrow concealer to shape your eyebrows. This really accentuates your eyebrow arc! Make sure to blend out with your finger or tiny concealer brush any harsh lines left behind.
So there you have it! Easy right? I promise after practice it will get better. :)