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30 Seconds To Better Brows
A rich, full brow is one of the easiest makeup trends to wear this season. Makeup artist Sonia Kashuk shares her quick, easy technique for getting the perfect rich, full brow: Using a spoolie brush, comb the brow upward. Fill in any spaces with a soft brow definer pencil. Use mini strokes with the pencil along the natural shape of the brow. Overdraw a bit to give the brows a hint of fullness. When finished, apply brow gel to give a bit of uplift and keep the look in place. READ: Geometric Cat Eye With Gel Liner The goal should be "nothing overly defined, but just something that looks soft and full," Kashuk says. Sonia's Tips: Overdraw the brow slightly to give it a fuller look. Use a spoolie brush to draw the color through the brow. Soften color with spoolie brush to avoid a "drawn on" effect. Set with brow gel.
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30 Seconds To Better Brows

A rich, full brow is one of the easiest makeup trends to wear this season. Makeup artist Sonia Kashuk shares her quick, easy technique for getting the perfect rich, full brow: Using a spoolie brush, comb the brow upward. Fill in any spaces with a soft brow definer pencil. Use mini strokes with the pencil along the natural shape of the brow. Overdraw a bit to give the brows a hint of fullness. When finished, apply brow gel to give a bit of uplift and keep the look in place. READ: Geometric Cat Eye With Gel Liner The goal should be "nothing overly defined, but just something that looks soft and full," Kashuk says. Sonia's Tips: Overdraw the brow slightly to give it a fuller look. Use a spoolie brush to draw the color through the brow. Soften color with spoolie brush to avoid a "drawn on" effect. Set with brow gel.

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