Eyebrow Tips And Tricks You Should Know (Part II)

Eyebrow Tips And Tricks You Should Know (Part II)


Eyebrow Tips And Tricks You Should Know (Part II)

Here is the second part of eyebrow tips and tricks you should know. There are many trade secrets that could help you achieve the most perfect pair of eyebrows ever. This article includes makeup tips, eyebrow upkeep tips, and many more. Read on below to find out more.

Lighten Up The Inner Corners Of Your Eyebrows.

Eyebrow Tips And Tricks You Should Know (Part II)
Eyebrow Tips And Tricks You Should Know (Part II)

Shading and variation are very important in filling in your eyebrows. It is important to start off with a dark shade at the outermost corner of your eyebrows. This is because the light hits your face and it naturally blurs out the sides of your eyebrows which is why you should darken it. Gradually lighten it up as you get closer to the inner corners of the eyebrows. A light inner corner will give you a softer look. 

Use Castor Oil

It is no secret that castor oil is perfect for encouraging the growth of your hair, whether it be your eyelashes or even your eyebrows. This is perfect for individuals who wish to have thicker and fuller eyebrows in the long run. Castor oil can be rubbed once every day and you will notice the effects soon enough. It even doubles as a moisturizer for your eyebrows.

Try Brown Tints

Eyebrow Tips And Tricks You Should Know (Part II)
Eyebrow Tips And Tricks You Should Know (Part II)

If you are intimidated by a pomade and an eyebrow pencil feels too much, you can simply use a brow tint. This is perfect for casual this we’re just want to suite your eyebrow hairs into something presentable but you do not want to exert a lot of effort. It also works well when paired with an eyebrow pencil. You can use an eyebrow pencil for the sparse areas and then finish it off by using the tint on the rest of your brows. This will help your eyebrow hairs stay in place the entire day and still look amazing. 

Avoid Plucking

Plucking out your hair is very detrimental. It is acceptable for eliminating a hair or two, but when it comes to grooming your eyebrows, waxing or threading is the way to go. The latter options cause less skin irritation and they are much faster to perform. They also enable your hair to grow back in a great way. Plucking inhibits the regrowth of your hair. If you are really tempted to pluck your eyebrows, you might want to apply some eyebrow gel to resist the temptation.

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