Thin is not in. Just as bodacious curves are the new size 0, bold brows are the new trend. Rather than waxing and tweezing away your brows jut go with the flow of your natural brow sans strays. The most difficult part of going bold after having a thinner brow is the growing in time. But you can fake it until you make it with the right tools.
We think that Solange is the master of wearing bold yet tame brows.
Try these 4 steps for perfecting your bold brow:
1. “Comb” Brow Hairs Up
To understand how full your brows really are, using a spoolie brush and comb all your hairs up, then smooth them across. If you find that your brow hairs are unruly and won’t lay down, you very well may need a trim!
Tools: Spoolie brush and manicure scissors
Try: tarte shape shifter double ended bamboo brow brush $22
2. Trim long and unruly hairs
Try: UBU|Urban Beauty United Snipz (Nail Scissor with Curved Blades)$6.99
3. Fill in sparse areas
(if you have full brows, you can skip this step)
Try: tarte Amazonian Clay Volumizing Brow Powder $25
(use with brush end of Spoolie above)
A volumizing formula for flawlessly defined eyebrows and hair.
4. Set with Brow Gel
Keep hair in place with a simple swipe of brow gel.
Try: Milani Brow Shaping Clear Gel $4.49
A clear brow gel that shapes and tames brow hairs for fuller looking, well groomed brows. Bristle brush manages strays hairs and combs browsing place. Light to medium hold.