5 tips for flawless brows

 These are a few quick tips to help maintain flawless brows. These things can be done once you’ve had them waxed , tweezed , or your preferred choice of arching.

Your brow service should typically last you approximately 2-4 weeks depending on how fast your hair grows. So once you’ve gotten them nice and arched . Start by daily grooming your brows with clean mascara spoolie. Brush brows up and then over for a clean look. If you don’t have a spoolie a clean toothbrush works just as well.

In about a week to a week and half after your initial waxing you may begin to see some stray hairs begin to grow back in . You can take your tweezers and pluck only what you see growing back in, be careful not to remove any hairs from the actual brow.

As your brows begin to grow back in they May become a bit unruly. A good brow gel would be perfect to use at this time  to keep everything in its place.
If you have sparse or very thin eyebrows and want them to appear thicker and fuller a great way to achieve this is by using brow powder. A good rule of thumb when using power is to go a shade or two lighter than your natural brow color so for instance if your hair is black then dark brown would be a good choice.
Last but not least if you have regrowth and want to cover up those tiny hairs growing back in , try using a concealer. Use a shade the same color as your skin or a shade lighter . This also gives your brows a crisp clean look even when it’s been weeks since you’ve had them done . The key to this is applying your concealer with an angled brush and then using a small soft fluffy brush to blend in any lines of demarcation.
There are several things you can do to maintain a nicely groomed brow. These are just a few tried and true tricks of the trade , hope these tips were helpful.

Until next time


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