Ever wondered how these gorgeous feathered brows were achieved?
In an interview with Vogue, international makeup artist and Creative Design Director of P&G Beauty Pat McGrath revealed that achieving full brows that are “not too blockish, not too fake, but still with a bit of depth,” lies in using two brow products with different formulations.
First, she uses a pencil to fill in any spots where the hairs are sparse, and then she goes ahead and adds brow powder for more definition.
Like everything else in makeup, the most crucial step is blending. To really make your brows look like they’re #OnFleek naturally, use clean spoolie brush and brush your brows up. This step will pick up just enough product and distribute it evenly along your brows.
Here, some brow product pairings you can try out for yourself:
Shu Uemura Hard Formula Eyebrow Pencil, P1,500, SM Makati;
Kate Designing Eyebrow, P 720, Trinoma
Faceshop Design My Brow Automatic Brow Pencil, P225, Robinson Magnolia;
Benefit Brow Zings, P1,600, Rustans Shangri-La
Revlon Brow Fantasy, P570, SM Megamall;
NYX Eyebrow Cake Powder, P350, SM Megamall
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