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Beauty 101: Brows With a disposable mascara wand or spooly brush, brush the hairs upward to prepare for Step 2. With a pair of scissors, trim any hairs that are longer than your brow shape. With angled tweezers, pluck areas above and below the brows, grabbing a couple at a time. With pointed tweezers, grab stubborn single hairs and shorter ones. 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.
A trio of brows - There’s only one thing that I love more than a side-by-side diagram. A side-by-side-by-side diagram! This way we can really single out one feature and study the difference between three different application techniques. Yes, I left out a brow pencil, one of the most popular brow products, but only because I’m saving it for my next brow study. Today we’re focusing on bare, brow shadow and wet brow shadow...
With the spooly, comb your brow hairs up and over. Fit the stencil precisely where you want the shape of the brow to be, paying attention to the position of your own natural arch. With the stiff-angled brush, fill inside the stencil by shading the powder using small quick strokes. Let the new brow shape be your guide to stray any random hairs that are not part of it.