All methods of makeup application are based around personal preference and theÂ methodsÂ I use in my daily routine work best for me.
Firstly, to really help you understand the shape of your eyebrow here are three simple pointers.
- Place a makeup brush against your nostril pointing vertically towards your eyebrows. This is a good indication of where the start of your brows should be.
- Next, keep your brush resting against your nostril but this time, starting from the nostril create a diagonal line through the centre of your pupil. This is a good indication of where the highest point of your brow should be.
- Finally, starting from the nostril again create a diagonal line across the lower lash line, clipping the outer corner of the eye. This is a good indication of where your brows should end.
I think when you can comprehend where the start, middle, high point and end point of your brows should be, applying products becomes a whole lot easier.
Another commonly asked question is what are the best brow products to use? Whether you use gel, cream, powders or pencils, it’s all a matter of personal preference. I like to use all types of brow products but my all-time favourite has to be Make Up For Ever Aqua Brow.
Aqua Brow is a waterproof eyebrow corrector that fills, defines and lengthens brows. Formulated with volatile oil and carnauba wax, its creamy gel texture gives an even, natural result with a long lasting hold. It remains flawless throughout the day and can withstand extreme conditions such as heat and rain.
To continue reading my tutorial on how to create the perfect brow, head to the original article posted on beaut.ie here.