Nyx Full Coverage Concealer (Dark)
MUD Flat Defining Brush (401)
Sigma Blending Brush (E36)
Eyebrows before filling.
Step 1: I brushed my brows using a clean mascara wand.
Step 2: Start off with light (emphasis on ‘light’) strokes at the bottom of your brow.
P.S. Never start filling from the front of your brows to avoid harsh lines and to achieve a more natural look. You can get a little darker at the tail to define the brow.
You can also outline the top part of your brow following the natural curves.
Step 3: Then you can go in and start filling in the brows, again, lightly extending it to the beginning of the brows.
This is what it looks likes before brushing with the mascara wand.
Notice the starting point of my brows do not have as much product as the end.
Step 4: I started brushing from the arch dragging it to the beginning part of my brows.
This helps to blend in the brow pencil to my skin and remove harsh lines.
After doing this you’ll notice that the product used (in this case pencil) will spread towards the beginning part of your brows as seen in the image above.
Step 5: Using the flat defining brush and concealer, I used the concealer to define the lower part my brows starting from the arch working inwards.
Use your exact shade of concealer (in my case I used the same concealer as the bottom) to define the upper part of your brows (optional).
Step 6: Blend out the highlighted areas.
Photography by T. K Mason (@themaseface)