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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

I Love Strong Eye Brows

So what do Diane Kendal of Alexander Wang, Westman of Oscar de la Renta and me all have in common? We all love strong eye brows! Just saw a clip of their work, page 146 in August In Style magazine, showing two models with nice, full natural brows and then both eye brows artists added even more color to the brows with eye shadow or eye pencil. Those who know me, know I love a full brow. And, even better then just a natural full brow is a brow that we enhance with extra color.

The technique: Personally I usually choose a brow powder or a mineral eye shadow to fill in and enhance a brow. I like to dip my brow brush in a small drop of water, just to moisten. Then dip the moistened brush into a mineral powder a shade similar to your brow color. For my brows, I go a shade darker then my natural brow color. For most women, I look toward their hair color to determine the shade. It's more about the hair on your head, then the original color of your brows. In any case, fill behind the hair on your brows. It will make them appear thicker. I also use a few subtle tricks. Like if I want the arch to appear higher, I'll only fill to the high side of the brow, at the top, and just not fill the whole brow to the lid. After you've put on a few strokes of your moist mineral powder, then using a brow spooky, brush through your brows so the hairs pop back up to the top. No one will ever guess that all that hair isn't really yours!

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