Everyone has been asking for the longest time for a brow Tutorial. I will do a YouTube Tutorial. But I have provided a breakdown of what I do to my own brows on a daily basis. Hope u guys enjoy!!
P.S. This is not what I necessarily do on a client. My hair is really black, so brown brows do not compliment my face. This is the reason I use eyeliner for my brows and not brow powder.
Product Line Up:
I usually use
1. Black Radiance continuous creme eyeliner (yes I absolutely loooooove their products) a gel eyeliner can also be used for this.
2. Black Radiance Clear Mascara for setting brows
3. NYX concealer in your specific color
4. 2 angled Eyeliner brushes (Mac brush trumps here)
5. A spoolie for blending
Products Can be bought at your local beauty supply or Pharmacy.
This is just my way of doing it. Everyone does it differently. So bear with me.
1. I begin by putting on my foundation, concealer and powder for setting. I do my eyebrows last most of the time.
Using an angled eyeliner brush I gently stroke the product (black radiance gel liner) into the hairs, forming the desired shape of my brow.
2. After I form the first half, I then focus on the tail of the brow. Also ensuring that I have angled the arch of the brow in line with the Cornea of the eye, (place any thin brush in a slanted position against your eye, and place your highest point directly where the brush lines up with your cornea). The tail of the brow (where the brow ends) should also be measured with your brush and should not go lower than your cornea also.
3. This is where t take the Spoolie Tool (like a rounded eyebrow brush) and I blend out where the brow begins, so that there is a blended gradient fro the skin into the eyebrows. This step ensures that your brows just do not start abruptly on the face. It eliminates the harsh lines that were first created.
4. Keep blending! The spoolie also ensures that the hairs are all falling into place. It removes clumps of product that may have accumulated throughout the process.
This is also where you do a brow check! This ensures that everything is lining up nicely, and that both brows are somewhat even.
5. This is where I get another angled brush (you should not use the same one as before because of the black residue remaining on the brush) and I get some concealer to remove mistakes I may have made and create an even more even, clean, illusion of the eyebrow.
(Please excuse my lighting and camera in the following photo. My eyebrows were even but being that I was do close to the light it looks somewhat uneven in this photo)
Another brow check,
And were ready to go!!
Don’t try this at home guys!
Lol! Just kidding!! Please let me know how your own brow experience goes!!
Thank you for your patience with this post. Hope u enjoyed it.