My Everyday Brow

I used to have a head of bright blonde curls, unfortunately whilst that has become a dark shade of blonde (naturally may I add)  my brows seemed to have remained just as fair. As you can imagine, dark hair and practially invisable brow hairs tends to look rather odd on my face so some form of shading and shaping is essential in my every day make-up routine.
I rely on eye brow pencils/pens to achieve my desired look. I used to swear by Omega (Mac) but I found that it wasn't as precise, I needed to ensure that my brows matched as closely as possible.
Like most other things on my body, my eyebrows are extremely odd. One of them is perfectly arched whilst the other just looks like a sad face, with no sign of an arch in sight. you know the saying is 'Brows are sisters not twins'? Well mine aren't even from the same species.

I start by brushing them through with the spooley from the Anastasia of Beverly Hills Brow Wiz and then go in with the pen end of the Soap and Glory Brow Archery to create my arch. Using tiny brush strokes I can mimic the look of natural brow hairs. This stuff lasts all day and it takes a good scrub to remove it in the evening, I dont like using this on the front end of the brow, I prefer that to look a lot softer. I then go in with the Brow wiz and outline the shape of my brow. The pencil is so tiny that I can get such a precise, soft line without making them look too caterpillar-esque. To then fill in the rest of the brow I use the waxy crayon end of the Soap and Glory Brow Archery. 

Soap and Glory Brow Archery

Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz

If I want a really bold statement brow I will then outline the brow using a light concealer as well as setting them in place with my trust Benefit Gimmie Brow.

I'm desperate to try the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade, so links to in depth reviews would be grately appreciated!

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