If you’re growing your brows in (and who isn’t?), here’s a new way to make your brows look fuller and thicker, and natural, all at the same time.
One thing I noticed with clients is that they go heavy on the brow pencil, trying to fill in sparse areas, but only end up making their brows look heavy, fake and too drawn on. Is that you?
Don’t worry. I’ve got a secret for you.
Key is to go light and build up. And 2 steps is all it takes.
1. Apply a colored brow fixx mascara to your brows. Sometimes 2 coats is needed for lighter brows, but 1 is usually enough. Make sure to brush off any excess on the skin before you move on. Worried about the color being too much? Try a clear brow mascara instead. Let dry.
2. For a fuller look, brush your brows up with the gel. Two coats may be needed to get them to stay. If your brows don’t naturally brow up, and grow more sideways or down, don’t expect too much of a brow lift. Your brows just won’t go that way because of the direction of the root is growing.
2. Next, apply your brow pencil, either regular or waterproof and ONLY apply the pencil where needed. Still see a few spaces and gaps? That’s where you apply. No where else.
That’s it. You’re done. Brows look natural and filled in without looking made up.