Here’s the beauty rule: If you’re a brunette, your brows have to be one to two shades lighter than your hair color. Consider lightening your arches—especially if you recently colored your strands—to make sure that your new ’do flatters your complexion even more. Here’s how.
Option 1: Bleach Them.
Grab some brow bleach (you can use this on your ’stache, too) and leave it on for a few minutes (just follow what it says on the label). Make sure you use a timer—you don’t want them to be too light!
Option 2: Dye Them.
When coloring your hair, you can ask your stylist to dab the leftover dye over your brows, too. If your skin is sensitive, you can also try the Color Tweak service, P950 at Browhaus. Here, a pro will use a vegetable-based dye that’s made specifically for arches to match the color to your current hair hue.
Option 3: Use Brow Mascara.
Since the options above only last for about two weeks and can be a little more costly, invest in tinted brow mascara instead (this will last you for months!). After grooming and filling in with a pencil or powder, just need wiggle this over the strands of your kilay to lighten them and keep them in place. Try MAC Brow Set in Girl Boy, P950.