My natural eyebrow hair is incredibly light. I used to just leave them how they were, but I started to notice, especially in the summer, that they would go so light it looked like I had no eye brows. That’s when I started playing around with different eyebrow products and techniques and I knew I had to learn how to draw eyebrows naturally.
The main thing I was worried about when it came to drawing in my eyebrows was that they would look noticeably fake. It was importatnt to me that they looked really natural, and still is until this day. Thick eyebrows have become somewhat of a fashion statement, and I love going a little bolder for a night out, but for my day to day look, it’s crucial to know how to fill in eyebrows naturally.
If you’re wondering how to draw eyebrows naturally, check out these 6 tips!
1. Blend it in
In this brow tutorial, she demonstrates how to get naturally looking brows by blending the products in slowly but effectively, and giving attention to the arches. You can see that she doesn’t go crazy filling in her brow with tons of colour, but instead blends it in a little at a time until the brow looks naturally fuller. She uses the Anatasaia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Chocolate, the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Medium Brown, and the Anastasia Clear Brow Gel to get the finished look.
2. The concealer method
Using concealer for eyebrows is great way to get a gorgeous, natural arch. She uses the Chella Ivory Lace Eyebrow Highlighter Pencil to outline the bottom and top arch of her brow and create a perfect look after she’s filled in her brows. She demonstrates how to draw in eyebrows with the Chella Eyebrow Pencil in Dazzling Dark Brown, the Chella Eyebrow Cream in Tanatalizing Taupe, and the Chella Eyebrow Defining Gel to set the brows into place.
3. Pencil them in
As soon as I hear eyebrow pencil, I shutter at the thought of obviously fake, drawn on eyebrows. But this tutorial shows you how to get natural looking eyebrows with arguably the best eyebrow pencil: The Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Soft Brown . With its fine tip, it mimics the appearance of small eyebrow hairs and helps you create fuller-looking brows for a natural finish.
4. Use eyeshadow
This is the perfect eyebrow tutorial for beginners, and she uses eyeshadows from the Too Faced Semi Sweet Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow Palette: Hot Fudge and Puddin’. Eyeshadow is a unique brow filler, but it may just be the product that works best for your face. She also uses the IT Cosmetics CC Cream to finish off her brow look and correct any brow makeup that’s out of place.
5. All about brow powder for blondes
If you’re a blonde and wondering how to use brow powder, look no further. In this brow tutorial, she only uses three brow products to get the look. She demonstrates how to fill in blonde eyebrows, which can be a little trickier than darker ones. She focuses on using lighter products like the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Tapue/Ash Blonde and the Sigma Medium Brow Powder, plus the Anastasia Beverly Hill Clear Brow Gel to keep everything in place. The end result is striking and perfect for blondes!
6. Go defined
I love a defined brow look, and this tutorial intricately demonstrates how to create it. I love how precise she is and how she shows you how to get the look, every step of the way. She uses the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade in Dark Brown applied with an angled brush to really nail the definition. She also uses the MAC Studio Finish Concealer to create even more defined brows.