Whether you have full brows or invisible ones, it is always a good idea to fill them in where they are sparse. Defined brows frame the face and draw attention to the eye. You can find a few different types of fillers.
I like to use pencils to fill barely-there brows because the wax of a pencil adheres best to the skin. Anastasia is a brand that specializes in brows – the spoolie on the other end of this “Perfect Brow Pencil” makes blending a breeze.
Powder fillers are great if you just have a few holes to fill- make sure you choose a color that is a shade or two lighter than your hair color. I love the trio from Paula Dorf – the colors are muted so you don’t have to worry about being too heavy handed.
Gel filler is my go-to for enhancing fuller brows that may need you may need to brighten or lighten depending on your hair color. I LOVE this Sonia Kashuk one I found at Target. If you are someone who changes their hair color often, this quad has everything you need for blending if you are a redhead one week and more blonde or brunette the next.
Got a few gray strands peeking through? Before you pluck them, try brow mascara – it’s easy to apply and is perfect for keeping your brows looking neat and tidy. This one from Benefit is so quick and easy – a good one to keep in your on-the-go makeup bag.
(Originally posted on TWWP Blog.)