How to Fill In Your Eyebrows Like a Pro

How to fill in eyebrows like a proHow to fill in eyebrows like a pro Filling in your brows is, in my opinion, the most important step of your makeup routine. Your brows frame your face, and you'll be amazed at the difference such a simple step makes! There are lots of different products that you can use for this, but the basic technique will always be the same. If you're new to filling in your brows, I like a powder brow kit like this one from NYX.

Best products for filling in eyebrowsThe white circle is a brow wax that you apply first to help the powder adhere to your brows. Use an angle brush to prep your brows with this first.

Use wax to startTo find the perfect shape, you're going to look for three key points. You can find these easily using a brush or pencil.

How to find your eyebrow shapeHow to find your eyebrow shape How to find your eyebrow shape  First, hold the brush straight up from the outside edge of your nostril. This is the starting point of your brow. Then hold the brush at an angle from your nose to the outside of your iris (the colored part of your eye). This should be the highest point of your arch. Finally, hold the brush from your nose to the outside of your eye. This is the end point of your brow. 

How to fill in your eyebrowsWhen you're starting out, you can put 3 little dots in these places to help you shape your brows. Then use the colored powder to make light, hair-like strokes to connect them.

How to fill in your eyebrows  Once you have the shape, it's important to blend! Take a spoolie brush (mascara wand) and brush gently back and forth a few times before smoothing all the hairs in the same direction. This keeps the brows from looking too drawn on or dark.

How to fill in your eyebrows   How to fill in eyebrows like a pro  Always start light and add more as you go. Perfect brows takes a little bit of practice, but once you start filling them in, you'll wonder how you ever went without! xo. AnnaRose

Credits // Author: AnnaRose Kern. Photography: Sarah Rhodes. Photos edited with A Beautiful Mess actions. If you use AnnaRose's styling tips, feel free to tag her on Instagram or Twitter @theannarose.

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