How to Pencil In Your Eyebrows | A Guide for Newbies

30 May 2017

Hey hey!  I've had such a busy month and I couldn't wait to get back here and write something new for you guys.  First thing's first, I got super sick for about two weeks and did a whole lot of resting.  During that time, I picked up my Billion Dollar Brows products I received at their super fun event last month and decided to do the unthinkable - fill in my eyebrows.  I've tried to perfect my eyebrows for some time now and never felt like I had it right.  I already have naturally dark hair and brows, but you know when you see something you really like so you want it too?  That's me with eyebrows haha. The lovely ladies at this event equipped me with their pointers and knowledge to feel confident enough to sort of know what I was doing.  I mean I've watched countless videos and the best piece of advice I left this event with was the realization that there isn't really a set way to do your eyebrows!

To begin, I took my BDB Brow Butter and angled brush and slowly started to pencil in the arch of my brow.  It was really just a matter of penciling my arch and bringing the brush down to make my eyebrows seem slightly longer.  Think of this step as you would when coloring something.  I was the kid that would pencil in the lines to make sure I didn't go over.  Pencil in your arch just like that!  I also picked up the technique of filling in lightly.  You're not marking your territory here, you're just elongating your brows.  

After you have your top arch covered, trace the bottom of your brows from the inner brow all the way to the outer brow.  This is actually my favorite part because I really like the way it cleans up the bottom of the brow.  After this is complete, just like my coloring analogy, it's time to brush and blend the brow to fill in any empty areas.  Again, you don't have to make them so dark, it all just requires a light stroke. 

That's basically all it takes, friends! As a newbie to this, I am 100% confident with a subtle eyebrow filling.  It's nothing crazy and a small step into the eyebrow world that may not be in someone's comfort zone just yet. Give this a try and let me know how it worked out! Also, if you're interested in any of these products, you can shop them here or comment below if you have any questions. Chat with you guys later!

Xo..Melissa Victoria

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