Eyebrows frame your eyes and help show off your best features. If you’ve over-tweezed in the past (we see you 90’s) or just want to give your natural brows a little more oomph, boosting them with a little tint and hold makes a big difference and takes just a few seconds.
Define Your Shape
To find where your brow should start, hold your brow pencil up and down the side of your nose, lining up with the inside corner of your eye. Wherever it hits is your starting point.
To find your arch, take that pencil and tilt it at an angle to go right above your pupil. Where the pencil hits is where your arch should be.
To find where your brow should end, tilt the pencil from the corner of your nose to the outside corner of your eye
Sharpen Your Brow Pencil
You need a fine tip to mimic those natural brow hairs! Start at the arch, using short, light strokes in the direction your hair naturally grows. Work your way out toward the ends, keeping things a bit sparse, as they naturally would be.
Use Your Spoolie
After every few pencil strokes, brush your spoolie through the brow—this helps keep the pencil off the skin and distributes the color evenly for brows that look the most natural.
Set Your Brows
Finish with a sweep of lightweight brow gel or balm to give brows a soft, flexible hold. Layer up if you want more of the full, fluffy brow look.
Want an even quicker fix? Our Power Brow tinted brow gel is perfect for an easy grooming all-in-one moment. No pencil needed, just swipe and go for a quick brow boost!
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