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Professional stylist Susan Bigsby discusses techniques and tips on how to apply eyebrows.
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How to Apply Eyebrows
Hello, on behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm a professional stylish Susan Bigsby with SusanBigsby.com.
I’d like to talk to you today about brows for the browless and I happened to be one of those people so I have first hand knowledge of how to do this. You may want to consider having permanent brow application by a professional. That if not, you really need to know on how to apply your own brows so that you have a face, without brows, you have no face. So let me get to it and show you my techniques for the perfect brow application.
First of all, I prefer a powder as opposed to a pencil. It looks a little bit more natural and a bit less waxy. But when you use a brow powder, you really need to have some moisture underneath that surface. With my brows have been tattooed or permanently applied so I do have something to go by although they are faded.
First, apply your moisturizer and immediately following you put a little bit of concealer or your foundation over this area. Then you just test a little bit of powder and get right to it with the brush. The brush is the most important tool that you’ll use. This one is natural hair fish in a tight, tight angle and I'm using my brow powder that exactly matches my hair color.
So instant doing, I hope hold my brush like a cigarette, only inverted. Wrap your fingers around it. I supposed to holding it like a pencil. You’ll have a lot more security and flexibility with how you turn the angle of the brush.
The first thing you want to do is to create that arch. It applies beautifully when the moisture underneath it holds the powder. So it has somethings to adhere to. Then gently complete that arch, fill it in, and if it's not exactly to your liking you will adjust that with a Q-tip and voila! You have a perfect brow.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, I'm Susan Bigsby. Thanks for watching.