Keeping in the “New Year” spirit of renewal and refresh, we are thrilled to introduce you to our new brow set!
Over the last year, we’ve preached the importance of well-groomed brows (including how to avoid common brow mistakes). And so, we’ve updated our brow set to help you meet your #browgoals with ease!
We tweaked the brush design, added brow scissors for trimming, and put it in a sleek new case—everything you need to clean up, fill in, define, shape, and highlight your brows.
Brow set breakdown
Tweeze and Trim
+ Before you remove any hair, map out the shape of your brows first (measure twice, cut once).
+ Dab a bit of concealer on your detailer brush and cover hairs that need to be removed.
+ Pluck the obvious hairs first, carving out the shape, working from the outside in. If you have sparse or patchy brows, fill brows in before plucking–it will make it easier to see the hairs that don’t belong.
+ No matter how thick or thin your brows are, the length may be causing them to look unruly. To properly trim hairs, brush brows upward and hold into place using your brow spoolie. Slide one blade of the brow scissors under the tips of the hairs that are sticking up above the rest, then carefully cut. CAUTION: Snip a fraction of an inch at a time (it’s much easier to make multiple tiny cuts than to cut once too much!). After each cut, brush brow hairs back to their normal brow position. Notice how the brows are lying (long hairs may fill a sparse area of your brow), then brush up again and trim where needed.
Shape and Define
+ Apply powder or cream through the brow hairs with your brow brush. Use the flat side of the brush to push pigment up through the head of the brow, then flip your brush and use the top edge to sweep with the direction of the hair, along the arch and tail of brow.
+ Use your brow spoolie, to blend colour through the hairs for a natural-looking brow.
+ Further define and “lift” the brow by applying a flesh-tone (or slightly lighter) concealer or powder along the perimeter of your brow with your brow highlighting brush.