- If you want your eyebrows farther apart, line it up so that it touches the outermost of edge your nose and the inside of your eye. If you want your eyebrows closer together, line up the straight edge with one side of the septum. These lines will determine where your eyebrow should start.
- Mark that spot with an eyebrow pencil. Repeat for the other eye.
2- Use a clear gel to set. Brush the hairs how they naturally lie and apply gel to set the hairs in place.
- Clear mascara or brow serum can double as a brow gel.
- This also prevents smudging, if filled in.
3- If your brows are too light (or dark), fill them in with an eyebrow pencil. If you don't have an eyebrow pencil, substitute gel or matte eyeshadow
- If your brows are fair, choose a pencil two shades darker than your hair. (If you have dark hair, go two shades lighter.)
- Hold your skin taut at the temple, and line softly along the upper edge of your brow. Then, line along the bottom edge.
- With feathery strokes, fill in between the two edges.
- Remember to blend!