Eyebrow powders have increasingly become a useful part of makeup. They help to fill in any holes or sparse areas in the brows. Additionally, one can use these powders to achieve the ombre-look, fully-filled, defined and dramatic brows. However, although these powders are different from the eyebrow pencil, people can still use them together. An eyebrow pencil works best for someone who has sparse holes in their brows and would want to perfect it. On the contrary, an eyebrow powder fills in the more noticeable hole regions of brows. As such, below, we have outlined the steps of how you can use the brow powder for fuller-looking brows.
Remove any Pre-existing Product
First, ensure that you begin by removing any makeup products from your eyebrows and face. You can soak a cotton pad with Micellar Cleansing Water and wipe it on your face and brows to lift away makeup, dirt, oil, and impurities from the skin. Also, ensure that you are using an all skin type Micellar Cleansing Water.
Comb Your Brows
Second, after removing lingering makeup products from your face, use a spoolie brush to comb your brows in the direction you want them to be. This action will help you identify the region in your brows that need some adjustment and perfections.
Define Your Brows
Afterward, use an eyebrow pencil to define your brows and to create the natural line which your eyebrows follow. In this case, you should place emphasis on your eyebrow arch. Moreover, after defining your eyebrows, brush through them again with the spoolie brush to soften any harsh lines.
Fill Them In
Third, it is time to create your brows using the eyebrow powder. You can begin by going for an angled brush to lightly create hair-like strokes to fill in any sparse areas. Afterward, gently fill your eyebrows’ front region in an upward manner up to the arch. Furthermore, as you reach the tail, add more color for the region to appear darker. You can finish by combing through your eyebrows with a spoolie.
Set Your Brows
Reach out for a volume-boosting mascara to add volume to your brows and to keep your eyebrow powder makeup look in place. Moreover, use an angled brush to comb the mascara through your brows as you set the eyebrow powder.
Seal Your Eyebrow Powder Look
Lastly, seal your eyebrow makeup look by using a makeup setting spray. A makeup setting spray ensures that your makeup is fresh all day long.