The Ultimate Easy Eyebrow Tutorial
It's been a long road for my "eyebrow journey". I love doing my eyebrows and having them feel neat, but I haven't always had this brow game! Keep in mind, I'm not a professional makeup artist by any means, but I've always had a passion for doing my makeup. I've created this easy, essential eyebrow tutorial to hopefully help others.
Your eyebrows are your own personal preference - never feel like you have to do them a certain way. I like keeping my own brows very minimal, but every brow is beautiful no matter what shape you choose.
Here's what you'll need:
- Basic tweezers (preferably with a light feature)
- Brow razor
- Anastasia Beverly Hills eyebrow brush (with angled brush on one end, little brow comb on the other)
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade
I use basic tweezers that I got from my local pharmacy; I don't use anything too special! My tweezers have a light on them which makes accuracy much easier and eases the process of finding those harder to see baby hairs!
I also use a little brow razor. I only recently started using these! It's been the answer to my eyebrow prayers and a very quick and easy way to keep stray hairs at bay. Use the little blade to brush in the direction of your hair growth like you would pet a dog. I use this specifically for under my arches.
I use an Anastasia Beverly Hills eyebrow brush, with an angled brush on one end and a little brow comb on the other. You don't need to spend a fortune, but using a good quality brush has made a big difference for me!
For my product, I use Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Medium Brown. This product is a little pricey at $18, but I have used the same jar basically every day for a year and a half and I've only used about half of it!
The brow on the left side of this photo is the finished product (my right brow), and the one on the right (my left) I had only just started! I always start by combing my brows in place and making sure they're nice and neat.
After my brow is in place, I continue by outlining my brow inside first. It always helps me personally if I get that part filled in first, since it has always been the thinnest part of my brow.
I then work outwards, using my Dipbrow conservatively to outline and fill the rest. I like to keep a high arch in my brow, since that's how they grow naturally.
Here's what they look like finished! Doing your eyebrows takes a lot of practice, and learning about what you like and what you don't is super helpful. After you have a personal preference nailed down, I feel like playing with your brows can be an easy and fun way to make your whole face look different!
Did you like this eyebrow tutorial? Let me know in the comments what you use for your own eyebrows!