Full, natural brows are in! Even if your brows are thin or sparse, you can easily build the brow you want, working with your natural shape and a few brow essentials.
If your natural shape is very thin, try stencils to reshape your brow. For structure, use a pencil to lengthen the tail and define the arch. To fill in and add volume, use powder for a natural look, working the powder into the hair with a coarse brush.
Keep those brows in place with a brow wax or gel, a must for those with long or curly eyebrow hair. To cover unwanted greys or add color on-the-go, try a tinted gel!
Our go-to for natural brows is the Brow Quad because you can mix together the two shades that come in the quad to create the perfect shade. The quad also includes a highlight to enhance the look and wax to tame the hairs without making them stiff.
How to Get Natural Brows
- Comb through your brows using the spoolie end of the Precision Brow Pencil.
- Lightly shape and extend brows with Precision Brow Pencil. Our model is wearing taupe.
- Fill in the brow with Brow Quad using the large side of the Dual Brow Brush. Our model is wearing taupe.
- Use the smaller end of the Dual Brow Brush to lightly add highlight from the quad on the brow bone.
- Go over your brows with wax from the quad to set the hair and color in place.
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