Here’s my take on the trendy Korean-style eyebrows or arch-less eyebrows (a.k.a. my brow make-up routine). It’s easy, clean and natural-looking.
STEP 1: DRAW
I currently use the Etude House Drawing Eye Brow Pencil in shade no. 1 to draw my brows. This shade is so universal. Been using this since my hair was still dark. It goes with any hair color. It’s the most sulit thing ever! It costs about Php150.00 only! You can find this at any Etude House boutique. I’ve tried so many eyebrow pencils already and I always end up going back to this. This is like the Faber Castell of all eyebrow pencils. It glides smoothly on the skin and is very pigmented. The only down-side to it is that it can easily be erased, so better to bring it with you when your going out. It’s super handy since it comes with a spoolie.
STEP 2: BLEND
STEP 3: COLOR (PART 1)
The most crucial part in my brow routine is applying eyebrow mascara. This makes all the difference especially when you have dyed hair. I’m using the Heavy Rotation Coloring Eyebrow in Light Brown. I started using this ever since my make-up hoarder unnie, Crissey, converted me. I like how the tint is not orange-y like the others that I’ve tried before. I also recommend Kate’s eyebrow mascara. It is also good but the Heavy Rotation one has better finish and is a little bit cheaper. Both costs around Php500.00 each. Another option is the Etude House Color My Brows (Php378.00) which was my go-to eyebrow mascara when I started coloring my brows.
You have to be strict when it comes to the color of your eyebrow mascara. Getting the wrong color will ruin the look. If you have dark hair, I recommend Heavy Rotation’s Coloring Eyebrow in Ash Brown. You can get this at SM Makati.
STEP 4: COLOR (PART 2)
Now, we’re done! Remember, small and light strokes.
I am not professional but I hope this helps! If you have any suggestions, feel free to leave a comment below. *wink*