Monday, 26 March 2012

EyeBrows from Lauren Conrad

  • spooly brush or disposable mascara wand
  • cuticle scissors
  • angled/slant tweezers
  • pointed tweezers
  • brow shadow (taupe for blondes, brown range for everyone else)
  • stiff brow shadow brush
  • pencil (to line up the angles).
  1. With a disposable mascara wand or spooly brush, brush the hairs upward to prepare for Step 2.
  2. With a pair of scissors, trim any hairs that are longer than your brow shape.
  3. With angled tweezers, pluck areas above and below the brows, grabbing a couple at a time.
  4. With pointed tweezers, grab stubborn single hairs and shorter ones.
  5. To determine where your brow should start, hold a pencil or make-up brush along one side of your nose.  Where it crosses the inner corner of your brow, that’s where it should begin.
  6. Now angle the pencil across the iris; that’s where the arch should begin.
  7. Angle it to the end of the outer corner of the eye; that’s where the brow should end.
  8. With those angles and lengths in mind, fill in the brows using light, feathery strokes as if you were drawing individual hairs.

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