I use "Spiked" from MAC to fill in my eyebrows. It is a dark brown eyebrow pencil with a small tip which enables you to fill your eyebrows in with the illusion of fine hairs. It applies on beautifully and and the richness of the colour is buildable. It acts like a pen. You simply have to twist the pencil to get more product out but don't twist it too much as you can't push it back in. Spiked retails at £13.
2. Highlighting / Brushes
To emphasize/highlight my eyebrows, I use a concealer that is lighter than my skintone to highlight directly underneath the eyebrows. I use the Real Tecniques Detailer brush for extra precision. The concealer below is one that was sent to me a while ago but was too light as you can see. It looks creamy but it dries matte once applied.
I then use the following two shades from the Sleek MakeUp Contouring Palette to highlight further. I use the Blending Brush from The Body Shop to blend it all togther. I don't think a lot of people realise how good the quality of The Body Shop makeup brushes are. It definitely worth trying them out. I own a few.
The Skeek MakeUp Contouring Palette retails at around £10.
The Real Techniques brush came as part of the brush set. Whereas The Body Shop Blending Brush is sold separately and retails at £12.
Et Voila...that is it. It really isn't that much and some people have said to me that they don't have time to use "that many" products in the morning. It's definitely a case of each to their own. However, I've perfected the art of filling in my eyebrows and highlighting in under 3 mins. Yay me!
So what products do you use for your eyebrows?
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