Step 2. Take a small pair of scissors (I like to use Tweezerman) and snip ends of hair helping to create shape (less is more remember) you can always go back and re cut.
STEP 3. Comb the brow back into place, allowing you to see new outline you have just shaped.
STEP 4. I like to use an angled brow brush on my eyebrows as it helps define the line and creates a sharper finish (I love this one by MAC). I use a Brow Kit by Bobbi Brown, and even though it does come with a brush, I personally prefer the brush by MAC. Always choose a colour as close to your brow colour as possible and if anything, go slightly lighter, never darker unless you want two slugs across your face! The great thing about the Brow Kit is there are two shades, so you have more colour options. Using short, dash- like strokes, softly begin to draw on your brows from the centre outwards, always following the direction of hair growth. I only add the colour to the insides of my brows, never to the outer edges, so that they dont look perfectly drawn on.
STEP 5. Fill In the rest of the brow, blending with the brush as you go. Make sure to fill in both brows evenly as you can, again taking care not to draw the outlines of the eyebrows. It is all about the natural look.
Step 6. You are ready to go… it really is that simple!
My go to brow brush is here.
My favourite brow comb is here.
Tweezerman scissors are here.