Brows can literally transform your entire face. I love a bold full brow it adds so much definition and can really frame the face and make you look entirely youthful. I’ve always had lots of hair to work with so it’s no surprise that naturally I have big bold brows but I do have a few tricks on how you can achieve the same type of brow if you don’t have as much hair as I do. Below I’ll show you how to tame stray hairs and and fill in the sparse areas which will help you achieve a bold beautiful brow with a new brow gel that I’m loving called Ecobrow!
To create a perfectly shaped brow you’ll want to start off by seeing where your brows should start and end. To do this you’ll want to line a pencil with each side of your nostril. This is is how you can find your brows starting point, then you’ll want to slightly tilt the pencil over to the center of your pupil to find the arch this will the begging of the narrowest part of your brow. Lastly, drop the pencil out toward the corner of your eye, making a 45-degree angle from the side of your nose. This is where your arch should end.
Apply a nude highlighter pencil to erase the appearance of stray hairs that fall outside of the lines, then remove them one at a time, pulling in the direction of hair growth.
Using a brow wax and angled brush fill in sparse areas, using short, quick strokes this will make your brows appear bolder.