If you do a search for brows on our site, you’ll see an evolution from merely tweezing to tinting to stenciling and big bold brows! It’s been fun over the last five years watching the trends come and go and now I’m obsessed with a brow that is defined and filled in but with a light hand. No more overkill stenciled drawn-on brows that are anything but feminine! But still very defined and anything but ignored. Here’s how:
- Your Favorite Brow Pencil — Chloe used this slanted-edge one ($$) that I use on all of my clients but I also love this more budget-friendly slanted-edge one ($). I also love a fine-point mechanical pencil ($$) to draw single brow hairs. The trick is to choose a color one shade lighter than your brow color so you’re simply shading.
Make sure when you’re tracing the lines to do so lightly and in a color one shade lighter than your own brows so it’s barely detectable.
Personally, I don’t see any reason to go bolder than that with the brows. What do you think?