Don’t Under Estimate Your Brows! by Emily Boyd

Don’t underestimate your brows.

Emily Boyd, Emily Boyd Makeup, Makeup Artist, Make up tips, enhance your eyebrows, makeup for eyebrows, shaping your eyebrows, eyebrow powder, brow powderTo pull off a lot of dramatic looks, its important to have your face correctly balanced by your eyebrows. They naturally frame your eyes and just as important as every other makeup step. Plucking, trimming and waxing can be overwhelming. If you’re uncomfortable with finding your shape, get them professionally done. After that, you will be able to maintain your look easily by plucking and slight trimming if necessary.

Make up tips, enhance your eyebrows, makeup for eyebrows, shaping your eyebrows, eyebrow powder, brow powder

A Classic Beauty

You don’t want your brows to be too thin, sparse or look drawn in. I use brow powders and brushes for my every day looks. Get a color close to your hair color but a little lighter. Use an angled brow brush. A little at a time fill in your brows starting in the middle and working your way out. Don’t go outside your natural brow line. They may look a little dark without your eyemakeup completed. Finish your look before correcting at the end. If they still look too severe simply use a brow brush and gently sweep over them until they are toned down. If you accidentally brush outside your browline, correct with a dampened makeup sponge.

Just like a bad hair day, your brows can sometimes be unruly. To quickly and easily correct, try a brow gel. Its like mascara, but clear and for your brows. Use lightly over your brows.

A brow filled in versus a natural brow. Bold eyes need to be balanced and framed by a bold brow.

Look your best!     Feel your best!     Be your best!
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About Emily Poirier
Emily Boyd brings 12 years of experience to her makeup artistry business, including personal day and evening looks, runway styling, professional photo shoots, television and film applications.

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