[Video Tutorial] How To Create Natural-Looking, Perfectly-Groomed Eyebrows

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When asked the question “What is your must-do makeup step?”, my answer immediately is “my eyebrows!” With the exception of a select few who are genetically blessed with full, shapely brows (*ahem* Cara Delevingne), most of us are less-blessed with eyebrows that could use just a bit more depth, fullness, and definition.

Eyebrows are a key feature of your face because of their role in facial expression (imagine trying to look surprised without the impact of your eyebrows), and because they reinforce the symmetry and balance of your face. As such, they are the most important part of my daily make-up regime (more than eyeliner, lipstick, or blush!), and I always start my makeup application with them. I’m okay with running out of the house if I don’t have time for the rest of my makeup regime. ;)

Enjoy this easy tutorial for getting picture-perfect brows. It’s quick – only a few minutes – and it’ll make a subtle but significant difference in your looks. Personally, I find that I look more alert and refreshed with my brows done. With the help of just a few tools – all conveniently provided in the Billion Dollar Brows Best-Seller Complete Brow Tools kit – you can create your own gorgeous brows easily!

How to create natural-looking, perfectly-groomed brows: a video tutorial to easily and simply create your best eyebrows and eyes!

The kit includes four essential tools:

  • Universal Brow Pencil: This water-resistant eyebrow pencil is flattering to a range of skin and hair tones, and applies smoothly. It is retractable, never requiring a pencil sharpener, and comes with a brush on the other end to groom your brows.
  • Brow Duo Pencil: This duo-ended pencil both conceals (discoloration, blemishes) and highlights your brow’s arch gorgeous. Throw it in your purse for touch-ups, if needed. A pencil sharpener is also included!
  • Smudge Brush: This flat, synthetic brush can be used to blend the Brow Duo Pencil concealer and highlighter.
  • Brow Gel: This non-flaking gel sets your brows, ensuring that they look perfect for hours to come. They provide the perfect finishing touch.

  How to create natural-looking, perfectly-groomed brows: a video tutorial using the Billion Dollar Brows best-seller kit!

In addition to the Billion Dollar Brows kit, I also used a few of my favorite eye makeup products to help bring out my eyes.

Together, groomed brows and subtly-highlighted eyes come together for a simple, natural look. These are my morning essentials! What are yours? If brows are one of them, I hope you found the tutorial tips to be useful!

xoxo,
lauriel

Disclosure: I received a free Billion Dollar Brow kit from Billion Dollar Brows in exchange for writing this blog post, which represents my personal opinions.

 

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  • melchef

    Wonderful tutorial. I always get my eyebrows threaded because I’m awful at doing them myself. But after watching this I might be able to give it a whirl. Groomed brows really do wonders for a face. You’re very good at it!

  • http://nataliemadeit.net/ Natalie H.

    I don’t know the first thing about makeup or really cared about eyebrows. But I love how you made a video to show people what to do or how to get a certain look, which is really cool. I can really see the difference with the before and after pictures. They look great!

  • Jessica @ Sprinkle Some Sugar

    Your brows look awesome! Love the video because god knows I need some help in the eyebrow department! Lol. It’s true, your eyebrows really can transform a look! I definitely need to look into getting this kit because I definitely could use some new great products.

  • http://artpark78.com/blog1 yonawilliams

    I never really paid attention to the role that eyebrows played in facial expressions and other things. I just had to leave the computer for a moment and run to a mirror to check mine because I just became ultra-curious about the current shape/state of mine. I do not pay any attention to their grooming, and hope I don’t start obsessing over how they are a lil’ on the thick side. I can really see the difference in your before and after photos – very cool.

  • Chrystal M.

    When I was younger I was really OCD about my eyebrows. Now that I am approaching 40, I am not so bad about it. But I do like to have them tamed and shaped.

  • http://www.krystalskitsch.com/ Krystal

    I am going to need some help in this department. I grew up getting frequent eyebrow waxes, but now bigger eyebrows are IN! I need to try to grow mine out so that I can groom them using your tips. I can’t believe I’m thirty and still need to fix my brows! It never ends!

  • http://faithfullyfree.com/ Shasta Spivey

    Wow, I honestly know nothing about brow care, and I love this video. I really need to get this kit because my brows need serious help! Now if I only had some tweezing help! Hint Hint!

  • http://growingupmomma.com Ashley Brewer Applegate

    Confession: Literally, just yesterday, I was so tired and clearly distracted that I used my Benefit black mascara on my eyebrows instead of my little {brown} brow drama wand. I cannot even begin to tell you how ridiculous I looked, even after FIFTEEN MINUTES of trying to get the crap out of my brows lol! Clearly, I am in need of (a) a brow product that does not look like a mascara tube and (b) this tutorial right here. Thank you so much for sharing!

    • Chrystal M.

      hahaha I don’t mean to laugh but I have done this before. Every once in a while I have a grey eyebrow hair and it actually makes me laugh. One day I was bored and was like ..hmmm, why not? So I swept that mascara on there and then really laughed. I felt like I became one of those Sharpie girl meme you see on Pinterest.

  • Jennifer Juro

    These are great makeup tips! I still really struggle with
    makeup it’s not something I wear too often but then when I do I end up feeling
    clownish! I love how technology has made things like make up easier to learn to
    do.

  • http://sixtimemommy.com/ Jeanine

    Wow what great products. I generally never touch my eye brows unless it’s to clean them up. I never really thought about making them fuller or anything. I should try it, although I’d probably make myself look like a clown!

  • http://shabbychicboho.com/ Terri Ramsey Beavers

    These products look amazing. I’ve recently started giving more attention to my eyebrows and I love the tutorial on how to create natural looking eyebrows. My first couple of tries were pitiful but I’m getting better at using a brow pencil.