Trouble painting eyebrows

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#1 Hoshi26 on 2 years ago

Hi all. I've tried coloring my eyebrows in the past using the foundation stick and eyeshadow method, but that hasn't made me eyebrows completely the color I want. I have really thick and dark brows, so I was wondering what I should do to get a more intense shade. Should I really use Elmers glue on my eyebrows, or something else? Thanks.

#2 Lost Cause on 2 years ago

[QUOTE=Hoshi26;5052153]Hi all. I've tried coloring my eyebrows in the past using the foundation stick and eyeshadow method, but that hasn't made me eyebrows completely the color I want. I have really thick and dark brows, so I was wondering what I should do to get a more intense shade. Should I really use Elmers glue on my eyebrows, or something else? Thanks.[/QUOTE]


Eyelash glue then white eyeliner then eyeshadow.

#3 micro-babe on 2 years ago

I like to go over my brows with a white eyeliner, set with translucent powder, go over it with an eyeliner that matches my wig, and then set that with a translucent powder. [URL="https://www.instagram.com/p/BBvgnEeF0wZ/"]Here's a picture of how it looks[/URL]. I don't work too hard to conceal the dark tint since I like my brows to be a little darker than the wig. But if you want it to match the wig exactly, try doing two layers of the white

#4 Scunosi on 2 years ago

I've only ever done the glue and paint method on my brown eyebrows, and it works amazing and is safe, washes off very easily. I've also only ever needed unnatural colors like purple and green though, so the other methods suggested may work better (or at least look more natural) than literally painting your eyebrows. I can at least vouch for it's safety though if you're uneasy about it!

#5 ThakYuki on 2 years ago

You can try using the NYX eyeshadow pencil in Milk instead of concealer, and then use your powder eyeshadow on top. You'll get a more vibrant color since your base is white instead of skin tone.

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