How to Fill in Sparse Brows
Step-by-Step by Nancy Parker
 
 
Beautiful women have well defined brows
See for yourself in any fashion magazine
 
 
 
 
Getting a well-defined brow is fast and easy
 
  Mark where to start and end your brows  
    sparse eyebrow



TOOLS:
• Eyebrowz White Stick

DIRECTIONS:

Use the white stick to mark where you want your brows to begin and end.

 
  Position the Stencil  
     

TOOLS:
• An Eyebrow Stencil (Ha#1 was used in this example)
• Eyebrowz Stencil Holder (Optional)

DIRECTIONS:

Place the stencil in position, lining up the inner corner of the stencil with the white mark you have made. 

 
  Brush on the Powder  
     

TOOLS:
• Powder Puff Brush
• Eyebrowz Brow Powder

DIRECTIONS:

Using small light strokes, brush the powder over the stencil area  

 
  Apply the Finishing Touches  
    eyebrow with brow powder  

TOOLS:
• Eyebrowz Sponge Brush
• Cotton Swab

DIRECTIONS:

Lightly stroke the cotton swab over the powdered brow, removing excess powder and blending edges.  

 
           
 
   
  Get all the tools in one kit:  
Where to from here?
   
 

Eyebrowz Filling In Kit
36.50

 

 

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Eyebrowz White Stick
2.95


       

Stencil Band Holder
1.95

 

 

       

Eyebrowz Stencil Collection
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Eyebrowz Brow Powder
4.95

 
       

Powder Puff Brush
3.45


   
 
 
Tips and Tricks:  
 
  • Powder creates both volume and color. Volume not just color is badly needed in sparse areas.  Color alone (via pencils can look too harsh).

  • Most people truly won't know what you have done. Expect to hear "What have you done to your hair?"

  • Stick with thinner shapes as they will look more natural

  • If you have very little brow hair to start the puff brush works best to evenly and lightly spread out the powder over the stencil hole area.

  • The stencil works together with the powder to create an edge that is soft yet visible. It is this edge that helps create the illusion of hair being present.

  • Lightly placing translucent face powder over your brow area once you are done will both soften the look and help hold the powder especially if you have very oily skin.