I have a love/hate relationship with my eyebrows.
From over-plucking them to within an inch of their lives in the nineties, to desperately trying to grow them back in the noughties, they need constant maintenance.
But for anyone else suffering from this predicament, I have discovered a duo of eyebrow helpers, which will help you fake fuller eyebrows with ease.
How To Fake Fuller Eyebrows with Natural Make-up
Before and After My Fake Fuller Eyebrows
So now for the photos. Ready?
How To Create Fuller Brows
Step 1: Brush through eyebrows up and out with the spoolie end of the Benecos Natural Eyebrow Designer Pencil, then use the soft brown pencil to fill in any gaps, using light upwards and outward strokes. You can see the difference already with just one eyebrow. Keep the pencil nice and sharp to help you recreate the feathery look of real brows.
Step 2: Brush the Lavera Eyebrow Styling Gel through, to add a touch of colour, and (in my case) blend in any annoying grey hairs. It also colours in any surrounding fine hairs, to make brows look fuller. Once set, it also helps brows stay in shape, especially important for those of us with fringes. You may like to brush your eyebrows through with the brush from the Styling Gel, but I actually find the other end is good enough without doing this.
Where to Shop The Fuller Brows Look
I use the Benecos Natural Eyebrow Designer Pencil in Brown (£4.95)*, which comes in a slightly lighter shade of Gentle Brown, and a Blonde shade too. It’s the perfect firmness and shade for a naturally defined look. It’s formulated with jojoba oil, cottonseed oil, and vitamin E, not tested on animals, and vegan.
I finish with Lavera Eyebrow Styling Gel (£7.99)* which only comes in a shade called Hazel Blonde. I thought it would be too pale, but actually it is fine and would be good for all skin tones, in my opinion.
Lavera skincare contains 100% natural and organic ingredients. None of the products are tested on animals and they do not contain parabens, SLS, phtalates, parraffinium, or petrochemicals.
So there you have it, if you have any tips to help mine grow back, please post them below! And if you’d like some tips on how to disguise dark undereye circles check out my easy-to-follow tutorial.
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