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How to fill in your eyebrows using brow powder

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Many makeup artists claim that eyebrows frame the face. If so filling in your eyebrows as well as possible gives you the best possible canvas to work through. This guide teaches you how to fill your eyebrows in naturally using powder, which looks very natural.
What you'll need: 
Angled brush
Brow powder
Clear brow gel
Angled brush
Concealer
1: 
Brush your brows into place using a brow brush. Brush them upwards initially then make sure you curve the brush towards your eyes.
2: 
Use a brow powder that is as close to your natural colour of your eyebrows. Using an angled brush, dip it into the brow powder and tap off the excess.
3: 
Follow the natural shape of your eyebrow. In short strokes mimicking natural hair fill any gaps in your eyebrows.
4: 
Using the left over product, still in short strokes fill in the rest of your eyebrows by drawing small little lines.
5: 
Brush through your eyebrows using the brow brush. This will diffuse the powder and make your brows look natural and not drawn on.
6: 
Using the clear eyebrow gel, brush through your eyebrows to make sure all the hairs stay in place.
7: 
If you want your eyebrows to be more defined, you can use a concealer and a small concealer brush and outline your eyebrows to define them.
8: 
Using your fingers or a blending brush, blend the concealer outwards to blend the concealer into your skin.
Conclusion: 
Your eyebrows should look natural yet defined and should frame your face.

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