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Step 1. First up, using the Brow Brush, brush your brows upwards.
Step 2. Then, with the Scissors, trim any long hairs from above.
Step 3. Underneath the brow, pluck any strays using Tweezers, making sure to stay well away from the bed of hair so you don’t do any accidental damage!
Step 4. Then, begin filling in the brow using Brow Powder starting midway at the highest point of the arch and drawing downwards.
Step 5. Use the angled end of the Brow Brush to line the upper and lower edges of the brow.
Step 6. Create a line following the base of your brow; this will give you a template to work with.
Step 7. Begin filling in the middle of the brow, slightly down from where it starts. (Don’t be afraid to go heavy with the powder—combing the brow later will blend this.)
Step 8. Then, line the top of the brow using any excess product to create shape at the front, giving you a more natural look.
Step 9. Using the bristled end of the brush, comb your brows through to blend the powder in, giving you a softer look.
Step 10. Then, go over any gaps or sparse areas with the brow pencil.
Step 11. Lifting your brow, use the Brow Bone Highlighter’s shimmer end to create light beneath your brow. Follow the arch of your brow then blend the product in with your finger.
Step 12. Apply the matte end of the Brow Bone Highlighter along the top line of your brow, blending again with your finger.
Step 13. To finish off, brush the Clear Brow Gel through the front half of your brow in an upward direction, then down through the second half, maintaining the shape you’ve already created. Dab the gel into place with your finger to set.
Et voilá—you’re all done! Regular threading will help you keep the perfect brow shape and practising these skills will allow you to maintain them. Groomed and tidy brows are the perfect accessory to any look and they go with everything!
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