There is so much pressure to have perfect brows these days. They have to be thick but not too thick, arched but not too arched, etc... At the end of the day, it's up to you which brow style and product you prefer. That said, there are countless brow gels, powders, pomades, and waxes out there, all in different colors and tones. Sometimes it's hard to know where to start.
Mistake 1: In pursuit of perfect brows, we overfill
Brows are so personal. One mistake beginners always make is to fill in the brows layer by layer. This makes your brows look thick and rigid. However, it is difficult for beginners to control the force of eyebrow powder and thick eyebrow pencil, which can cause excessive filling of the eyebrows.
Mistake 2: Not choosing brow pencil colors based on hair color
Before picking brow makeup, it's important to consider your unique hair color and skin tone. Choosing brow color can be a tricky decision. If you choose a color that is too light or too dark - the ideal makeup look for natural brows will look quite different than you expect. The oversaturation of brow products to achieve perfect brows, whether thick or thin, can seem intimidating.
So we need to stick to a principle - the eyebrow pencil color is close to or slightly lighter than the hair color.
MAYCREATE Charm Double End Eyebrow Pencil solves the above problems perfectly
- Thin-tip triangular eyebrow pencils are firmer than thin-tip round eyebrow pencils
- Can draw each eyebrow more finely, making the eyebrows closer to the natural state.
Starting at the sparsest area can prevent brows from looking overdrawn. Starting just above the inner corner of the eye, you'll want to draw short, feathery strokes in the direction of hair growth, towards the tail of the brow. Then, you can fill in the inner corners of your brows with "up and out strokes"
- A variety of color combinations, you can choose a suitable or similar color according to your hair color.
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