Whether you favour an all-natural, full look or something that’s more of a statement, groomed brows have the ability to anchor your make-up in minutes. Don’t know where to start? This guide will give you flawless brows, quick smart!


Start by mapping out your natural eyebrow shape. Your brows should start in the same line as the top of your nostril and the arch should fall over the back third of the eye. Finally, imagine another line from the outer part of your nose to the outer corner of your eye – that’s where they should end.

Using the  Ardell Brow Pencil,  draw small dots to mark your guide line and then connect the dots to show your eyebrow shape.

Now is the time to tweeze out any strays!  La Tweez Pro Illuminating Tweezer  combine perfectly aligned tips with a bright LED light for greater accuracy. Brush your brows upwards and trim before tweezing – this will help to reveal the brow shape and remove bulk so you don’t over tweeze

 

Grab your  Ardell Brow Pencil   again in a shade as close to your natural hair as possible, and use small, feathered strokes to fill in your brows. Make sure to start at the centre of your brow and work out. This helps to maintain level of thickness and prevents you from getting too ‘product happy’.

Not sure of the best shape for you? Try using an  Ardell Brow Perfection Stencil  - the four different shapes are pre-cut to mimic the most desired brow shapes for all face shapes to quickly help you shape the perfect brow.

Use the brush end to comb out any harsh lines. With a cotton swab, wipe the areas around your brow removing any excess product outside your brow line.

If you want to soften the look and make it more natural, finish off by applying some  Ardell Brow Defining Powder.  With short, light strokes apply powder starting at the inner corner of the eyebrow, following the natural arch.

Want to set your brows to last all day? One swipe of   Ardell Brow Sculpting gel  will condition and hold them from dusk 'til dawn.

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