1.  Comb your eyebrows upwards to see what areas need to be filled in. Use a lightweight brush with a good grip, like Laura Mercier’s Brow Grooming Brush.
2.  Make hair in sparse areas appear fuller by gently shading with a matte shadow, like Tom Ford’s Brow Sculptor or Dolce & Gabbana’s Emotion Eyes Brow Powder Duo. Remember to match the shade of the product to your hair colour, but don’t go darker.
3.  Shape the brow. Using a light touch, draw in additional hair, starting with the inner corners, which should be aligned with the inner tear duct, the pointy arch, then the tail. Use microfine pencils like Kevyn Aucoin’s Precision Brow Pencil or Urban Decay’s Brow Beater for more realistic-looking hair.
4.  Leave the inner corners of your brow lighter on product and use a tinted brow gel like the Arch Brow Volumizing Fiber Gel by Hourglass or Dior’s Diorshow Bold Brow to add depth.
5.  Use a highlighter under the tail end of your brow, like Benefit’s High Brow, for an instant lift.
6.  Don’t forget to set the look with a clear setting gel, like Benefit’s 24-HR Brow Setter.

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