Hello, my name is Merrick and I’m a victim of eyebrow over-plucking. Sad, but true. It was during the months I was engaged, and thin brows were in (I think), and finally after about a year of horrible over-plucking, I realized my mistake, but by that point my poor brows had decided to just not grow anymore. The upside to this is that I rarely have to pluck my eyebrows, but the downside is that now I have the tiniest, most pathetic brows ever. So I’ve been filling them in for years now, but only in the last year have I found tools and products that I’m super happy with, and after several months of experimenting, I’ve perfected my daily brows. I’ve had a ton of tutorial requests, so it’s time.
First up, why fill them in? Eyebrows are so important to the overall look of your face, and not only frame your face and accentuate your eyes, they can also give your face structure and I really believe that a full eyebrow makes your face look thinner.
Next, what tools do you need? Here’s what I use.
Check out the difference between one filled in and one non-filled in brow below — are you convinced yet?