The first thing you should put into your toolkit is definitely a pencil eyeliner – you’ll need it to fill in any bare spots or gaps your brows may have. If you’re unsure of which product to use, consider the L’Oréal Paris Brow Artist Xpertrange. Be sure to choose the shade that best suits your natural brow tone.
An alternate to a pencil eyeliner is eyebrow powder, which can also be used to manage any inconsistencies. Once applied, the powder can be shaped with the accompanying applicator to achieve boldly filled brows.
If you’re looking to pull off a specific look, or simply want a particular style of brow, you’re going to need an eyebrow stencil. These tools make getting the perfect shape an absolute cinch! They’ll save you time too, because there’s no guesswork or freehand drawing required. Simply place it, and apply your product of choice.
Is there anything more annoying than rogue brow hairs? You never know when they’re going to spring up unannounced, so make sure you always have a set of tweezers handy to sort them out.
Nearly as bad as unexpected brow hairs are the unruly ones that refuse to stay in place. You can stop those strands from misbehaving by applying eyebrow gel. Take a look at NYX Professional Makeup Eyebrow Gel if you’re keen to add this particular kind of product to your toolkit.
Just as your hairdo needs styling, so do your eyebrows. A brow brush will let you shape and groom those fine hairs. Make sure you stroke yours to lie in the same direction for a consistent look.
And there you have it – every tool you’ll ever need to achieve the perfect pair of brows.