This seminar was an absolute must for my quest for brow skill improvement. Below, I share some of the tips I picked up. You might have heard some of them before but chances are you’ll find something new…
- Everybody can get an arch. Lower the beginning and raise the tail to get one.
- You are probably familiar with the 3 points to keep in mind when shaping an eyebrow. Well, there is a 4th one! A diagonal one from the inner corner of the opposite eye, across the nose to the brow. This forms a triangle that should create the beginning of the brow.
- Tweezing vs Wax = Couture vs Discount store
- Fill the brow to the desired shape and then remove hairs that are outside it.
- Go over brow area with astringent before tweezing to soften skin and make tweezing easier.
- Hold the eye taught to reduce pain
- When the desired shape is achieved, brush the hairs up and trim them. They should all be the same length and not exceed the shape of the brow.
- When you fill in sparse areas with brow powder, go over the area with wax first to create a hair-like texture.
- Fill in sparse or empty areas of the brow instead of the whole brow.
- Brush over brows to spread product evenly and blend out any areas with too much product
- Highlight brow bone and top of brow for an extra lift.
- Finish the brow by setting it with brow gel.
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