Not to be dramatic, but your eyebrows can make or break your entire look. Your brows can easily make you look disheveled or put together, depending on how you keep up with them! I love a slightly disheveled ‘not so perfect’ brow sometimes, but other times, I want them to look precise and perfect. Needless to say, I never feel complete until I’ve done my brows for the day. Even if I’m not wearing a stitch of makeup — my brows need to be done. These are the brow tools I could never live without!
Anastasia Beverly Hills Mini Duo Angled/Spooley Brush — This little brush is phenom! The first step in my brow routine is always to brush out my crazy brows and put them in their place. I use the spooley side of this brush to do just that! I also use the spooley side once I’m finished filling in my brows to get rid of any harshness and make them look as natural as possible. The angled side is what I almost always use to fill in my brows! I tend to switch between using a pencil or powder, but when I’m using a powder — this is my go-to brush. It’s thin, super precise and perfect!
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Powder Duo — This brow powder is a dream to use. It’s so soft, easy to use and looks incredibly natural. I use the shade Medium Brown, which is perfect for me. It’s a taupe based brown so it never looks too harsh. I find that this powder lasts longer than any other powder that I’ve used in the past and it takes only a minute to do! It’s a winner in my beauty book!
tarte Brow Architect — When it comes to brow pencils, this baby is my current favorite and has been for quite awhile! I must be running low because I use it all the time. I love it so much because it comes with a spooley brush, a waxy-tipped pencil and a highlighting concealer! Whenever I want my brows to look especially precise and defined, I use the highlighting concealer above and below my brow bone. This covers any stray hairs as well! The main reason why I love this pencil so much is because it looks so natural (which is the look I usually go for). Always remember to use a light hand when using a brow pencil!
So Lovelies, what are your favorite brow tools?