Use it for: Natural-looking full brows.
How to use it: Use an angled brow brush—make sure the bristles are stiff enough—and load it with the product. Draw small, hair-like lines across your brows to fill in any bald spots. Blend it in with a spoolie afterwards.
Try it because: You’ll have more control than with a regular brow pencil.
We suggest: Bobbi Brown Brow Kit, P2900, Rustan’s The Beauty Source.
Use it for: Repairing thin brows.
How to use it: Outline and fill in your brows using a very light hand. The smaller the tip, the easier it will be to not mess up application. The waxy consistency of the pencil will make the product adhere to skin and stay in place longer. Of course, don’t forget to blend out your pencil with a clean spoolie.
Try it because: They’re usually more long-lasting than brow powders and are convenient to bring in your kikay kit.
We suggest: ARTDECO Eye Brow Designer, P795, Beauty Bar.
Use it for: Brows that will stay in place all day long.
How to use it: Liquid, cream, or gel brow products are quite tricky to use, especially if you’re heavy-handed. Start with very little product to outline the natural shape of your brows, then slowly start applying it in small strokes to mimic natural brow hair. Depending on your application, you can get natural-looking feathered brows, or full dramatic brows—it’s really up to you.
Try it because: Your brows will stay on until you don’t want them to anymore! Perfect for girls who have oily skin!
We suggest: Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Brow Color, P795, Rustan’s The Beauty Source.
Use it for: Defining naturally full brows.
How to use it: Wipe off any excess product from the wand and brush it through your arches to add more definition. If you already really full brows, use a clear one to keep your brows in place.
Try it because: It’s super convenient to use, because you already have a spoolie for application.
We suggest: MAC Brow Set in Girl Boy, P1,000, Robinsons Magnolia.
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