How To Properly Fill-In Your Eyebrows
We break down the steps!
The saying “kilay is life” still holds true today, especially since most women have realized that having perfectly filled-in brows can make a huge impact on their overall look. Your brows, after all, frame your face.
If you’re still unsure about the right way to fill-in your arches, here’s a step-by-step guide using the Ever Bilena Matic Brow Liner in Latte:
1. Brush up your brows.
After grooming your brows (up to you if you prefer threading, plucking, waxing, or shaving), always start by brushing the brow hairs up using a clean spoolie to get an idea of the shape you want to do.
2. Start in the middle
Because you want the middle part of your brows to be the thickest—you definitely don’t want the tail or the start of the brow to be bushy!—begin filling in your brows by starting in the mid-section. Using a light hand, draw upward strokes. Don’t overdo it!
3. Accentuate your arch
Find the highest point of your brow and draw downward strokes to mimic how the hair would naturally grow. Again, use a light hand!
4. Save the front part for last
To finish your brows, do upward strokes where your brows begin. Keep it light, since this part of your brows naturally have lesser hair.
5. Brush it up again
Using a clean spoolie, go over your brows and brush the hair upwards to blend the product and get rid of any harsh lines. You can also do this step in-between your brow routine to make sure everything is well-blended.
Feathery, full arches! If you want to add more product, you can go back on the bald areas of your brows with brow powder. Sometimes, it happens that a product won’t cling on to certain parts of the brows—that’s totally fine! You can also opt to use a clear brow gel to run over your brows as a finishing touch.
Tip: Your brows are sisters, not twins! So don’t worry they’re not perfectly identical!