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Learn How to Style Your Eyebrows
Before you begin removing any hair from your eyebrows it is important to understand where your eyebrows should begin, where they should arch and where they should end. Dip the black end of your Lilibeth Precision Duo Brow Brush onto your brow pigment and holding the brush straight up align it with the side of your nose and the inner corner of your eye. Place a dot where the brush meets your brow. That is where your eyebrow should begin.
Dip the black end of your Lilibeth Precision Duo Brow Brush onto your brow pigment again and, holding the brush under angle, align it with the tip of your nose and over your pupil. Place a dot where the black end of the Lilibeth Precision Duo Brow Brush meets your eyebrow. That is where your eyebrow should arch.
Dip the black end of your Lilibeth Precision Duo Brow Brush onto your brow pigment one more time and holding the brush under the angle align it with the side of your nose (nostril) and the outer corner of your eye. Place a dot where the black end of the Lilibeth Precision Duo Brow Brush meets your eyebrow. That is where your eyebrow should end.
CONNECT THE DOTS! Using the brown end of your Lilibeth Precision Duo Brow Brush and your brow pigment, connect dots 1, 2 and 3. Then, flip the brush and, using the black end of the brush, blend the pigment into your brows using light strokes. The brown end of the Lilibeth Precision Duo Brow Brush also allows you to create fine lines and make the “tail” of your eyebrow beautifully refined.
TRIMMING AND SHAPING. Before you tweeze and shape you eyebrows with your Lilibeth Shaper Tool, brush the brow hairs straight up with a spooly brush. Trim any long hairs above the spooly brush with a pair of brow scissors. Be careful. DO NOT cut your eyebrow hairs too short. You need some of the length for eyebrow hairs to lay flat nicely and maybe even cover some of the areas where your eyebrows are sparse.
SHAPING: Once you fill in your brows, you can see which brow hairs need to be removed and which areas of your brows you should not touch. Use the Lilibeth Brow Shaper Tool to clean up any stray hairs between the brows (photo 1)
To create the smooth look, place the Lilibeth Brow Shaper Tool flat against the skin. Place as close to the hair root as possible and, using short strokes, remove the unwanted hair and “peach fuzz” above your brows (photo 2)
Repeat the technique from the side along the “tail” of the brow (photo 3). Clean up below the brow line is simple. You can remove any unwanted hairs quickly and painlessly with the Lilibeth Brow Shaper Tool by going against the natural hair growth (photo 4). Stay below your filled in brow line. You may also tweeze all the hairs that are below your filled in brow line (photo 5).
To DEFINE the shape of your brows, apply the Highlighter/Corrector with the Precision Concealer Brush below your brow line. This step will highlight your arch and visually lift your brow. For better definition you may apply Highlighter/Corrector above your brow line as well. Use a very small amount of the product.
DIFUSE. To achieve the most natural look, apply Mineral Brow Diffuser using Lilibeth Precision Fan Duster Brush. Use this translucent mineral powder to add fullness to your eyebrows and to diffuse the color of your pigment if you see that your brows look slightly darker than desired.
SET YOUR BEAUTIFUL BROWS using clear Brow Set or tinted Brow Set. Tinted Brow Set is great for brows with greying hairs. Brow Set will keep brow pigment in all day!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO ACHIEVE THE PERFECT BROW: