How to Shape an Eyebrow

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When shaping an eyebrow, you're always going to want to keep a few very important things in mind. Find out how to shape an eyebrow with help from the definitive brow and eye expert in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Anastasia Soare. I am the creator of Anastasia Beverly Hills, and today I'm going to show you how to shape your eyebrows at home. So I always start with a few products, this is a brow fix that you apply before on the eyebrow just once and then you blend with a spoolie brush, that's a wax that will help the powder adhere way better. So you need to duel angled cut brush in a spoolie and a powder that you will be able to mark where your eyebrow should start and where your eyebrow should end according to your bone structure. So above middle of inside of the nostril that should be the beginning of your eyebrows, outside corner of your nose, corner of your eyes right here should be the end of your eyebrows, you put a mark there, tip of your nose, open your eyes, please, thank you. Middle of inside, tip of your nose, middle of your iris, this should be the highest part of your eyebrows. So now you have the marks, you, this is the beginning of your eyebrow, the end and the highest part. You take a little powder and the best way to have a guide line will be a stencil to use, our stencil that I created are five ideal eyebrow shape, you keep this stencil, upper part of the stencil parallel to the ground and you outline the upper part of the stencil, the upper part of your eyebrows. You take the powder and you fill in the opening of the stencil. You probably, you will ask me, how you choose your stencil? Well, you take the stencil one by one and the more hair of your own eyebrow could fit in the open area that should be your stencil. The reason why I put this bridge here is just the stencil to know, open too and it will be way to thick. So you fill in the open space of the bridge with the powder. Well as you could see you have a guide line right now, this is dark, but you brush in and you will know exactly how the shape of your eyebrows should be eventually, but this is the guide line. Don't be afraid of too heavy, too dark color because what you're going to do, you're going to take the tweezers, hold the skin and start tweezing every hair outside the powder area, okay? Once you finish the tweezing around the powder area you brush with a spoolie brush the end, the entire eyebrows and as you could see we have some empty areas that we need to grow and probably even if the eyebrow is not going to grow, you will have to fill them in. So you take the brow fix, the wax and you blend, you go through the spoolie brush and you take the powder and you will be able to create strokes of hair by using correctly this. So let's say you, we are waiting for the eyebrow to grow and meanwhile you want to create that perfect looking eyebrows, you use this, the brow fix and the powder or let's say you over tweezed for so many years your eyebrow doesn't grow, you could use this all the time. Without looking too heavy and without looking beautiful and very natural, you just brush with the spoolie at the end. Again because we do not have too much hair here, you could use a little bit of the brow fix. You take again the powder and you create those areas. Pretty good. I could use as well a brow wiz, it's a fine pencil that I could show you how slightly you could fill in the empty areas where the hair doesn't grow or you are waiting for the hair to grow and that will help you tremendously. To finish up this I will use the duel brow highlighter, I have a shimmer area on one side which I use first and then I use the matte pencil on the other side, that is going to give me a more defined look. So I hope you enjoy this. I'm Anastasia Soare, the creator of Anastasia Beverly Hills, I hope you enjoy this and for more tips, please come back watch us.


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