Step 1. Start off with freshly groomed brows. It is important to maintain and keep up with plucking your eyebrows for the best results of a.) filling in your eyebrows b.) your overall makeup. Trim if also needed to make sure your eyebrows look clean. I use a spoolie brush to comb my brows into place.
Step 2. There are different products you can choose from to fill in your brows. Some prefer eyeshadows, while others prefer pencils. Some eyeshadows to use for dark brows are MAC’s espresso or handwritten. Opposed to pencils, this one twists up so you do not need to sharpen. With an eyeshadow, you need an angled brush and with a pencil, you need to make sure your product has a fine point. I swear by MAC’s eyebrow pencil in Spiked. My favorite eyebrow pencil to date, and what product is shown in the photo. Start by lining just barely underneath your bottom brow to get a sharp straight line.
Step 3. Begin flicking up the product from exactly where you drew your line, and make sure the line stays clean underneath, but above it, make sure the product spreads through your brow hair.
Step 4. Fill in the sides/arch and create a longer “tail” at the end of your brows. Do not draw the tail straight down, but more towards the sides of your face, just extending the natural end of your brows.
Step 5. (Not shown in the photo) Use the spoolie again to brush through your brows to make sure the product is fully blended. The front of your brows (closest to your nose) should be the lightest amount of product used in order to make your brows look as natural as possible. Next, take a lighter shade of a shadow, or a concealer/foundation if preferred, to highlight underneath the brow bone as well as make sure the edges are sharp and clean. Blend!