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How To
Get brushed up brows

Brows have quickly become the centerpiece to our makeup routine and for very good reason. When we first look at someone, the first area of the face we turn to are the eyes, and thanks to the likes of Cara Delevingne and Lily Collins, we are wanting one look for our brows: brushed up and natural. So to celebrate the latest release of three new shades to our Brow Artist Xpert collection, we’re sharing four easy steps for you to follow to achieve the look:

STEP 1: CLEAN & BRUSH
Sounds like an obvious step, but so many of us can be guilty of not properly cleaning our brows before applying makeup. Apply the tiniest amount of shampoo onto the spoolie of your Brow Artist Xpert, run under water and clean your brows in an upward brushing motion. Brushing your brows up now will help you see any places that are looking sparse and needing to be filled in.

STEP 2: TRACE THE BOTTOM BROW LINE
While brushed-up eyebrows are all about looking natural, that doesn’t mean we should skip the steps to making our brows look neat. Use the sharper edge of your Brow Artist Xpert, to easily trace along the bottom line of your arches, starting from the inner brow to the outside.

STEP 3: FILL IN
Starting from the inner brow, lightly draw small, hair-like strokes to the areas that are sparse. Make sure you start from the base of your eyebrow and draw up in the same direction of your natural brow hairs, using the sharper edge near the inner brow and flat edge to fill in the outer areas.

STEP 4: BRUSH AND SET
In case you’ve missed it, brushing is key to this look! Again using the spoolie of your pencil (make sure it’s completely dry from when you used it to clean!), lightly brush your brows upwards again. To really set your brows in place for the day, use the Brow Artist Plumper.

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How To
Get brushed up brows

Brows have quickly become the centerpiece to our makeup routine and for very good reason. When we first look at someone, the first area of the face we turn to are the eyes, and thanks to the likes of Cara Delevingne and Lily Collins, we are wanting one look for our brows: brushed up and natural. So to celebrate the latest release of three new shades to our Brow Artist Xpert collection, we’re sharing four easy steps for you to follow to achieve the look:

STEP 1: CLEAN & BRUSH
Sounds like an obvious step, but so many of us can be guilty of not properly cleaning our brows before applying makeup. Apply the tiniest amount of shampoo onto the spoolie of your Brow Artist Xpert, run under water and clean your brows in an upward brushing motion. Brushing your brows up now will help you see any places that are looking sparse and needing to be filled in.

STEP 2: TRACE THE BOTTOM BROW LINE
While brushed-up eyebrows are all about looking natural, that doesn’t mean we should skip the steps to making our brows look neat. Use the sharper edge of your Brow Artist Xpert, to easily trace along the bottom line of your arches, starting from the inner brow to the outside.

STEP 3: FILL IN
Starting from the inner brow, lightly draw small, hair-like strokes to the areas that are sparse. Make sure you start from the base of your eyebrow and draw up in the same direction of your natural brow hairs, using the sharper edge near the inner brow and flat edge to fill in the outer areas.

STEP 4: BRUSH AND SET
In case you’ve missed it, brushing is key to this look! Again using the spoolie of your pencil (make sure it’s completely dry from when you used it to clean!), lightly brush your brows upwards again. To really set your brows in place for the day, use the Brow Artist Plumper.

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How To
Get brushed up brows

Brows have quickly become the centerpiece to our makeup routine and for very good reason. When we first look at someone, the first area of the face we turn to are the eyes, and thanks to the likes of Cara Delevingne and Lily Collins, we are wanting one look for our brows: brushed up and natural. So to celebrate the latest release of three new shades to our Brow Artist Xpert collection, we’re sharing four easy steps for you to follow to achieve the look:

STEP 1: CLEAN & BRUSH
Sounds like an obvious step, but so many of us can be guilty of not properly cleaning our brows before applying makeup. Apply the tiniest amount of shampoo onto the spoolie of your Brow Artist Xpert, run under water and clean your brows in an upward brushing motion. Brushing your brows up now will help you see any places that are looking sparse and needing to be filled in.

STEP 2: TRACE THE BOTTOM BROW LINE
While brushed-up eyebrows are all about looking natural, that doesn’t mean we should skip the steps to making our brows look neat. Use the sharper edge of your Brow Artist Xpert, to easily trace along the bottom line of your arches, starting from the inner brow to the outside.

STEP 3: FILL IN
Starting from the inner brow, lightly draw small, hair-like strokes to the areas that are sparse. Make sure you start from the base of your eyebrow and draw up in the same direction of your natural brow hairs, using the sharper edge near the inner brow and flat edge to fill in the outer areas.

STEP 4: BRUSH AND SET
In case you’ve missed it, brushing is key to this look! Again using the spoolie of your pencil (make sure it’s completely dry from when you used it to clean!), lightly brush your brows upwards again. To really set your brows in place for the day, use the Brow Artist Plumper.

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How To
Get brushed up brows

Brows have quickly become the centerpiece to our makeup routine and for very good reason. When we first look at someone, the first area of the face we turn to are the eyes, and thanks to the likes of Cara Delevingne and Lily Collins, we are wanting one look for our brows: brushed up and natural. So to celebrate the latest release of three new shades to our Brow Artist Xpert collection, we’re sharing four easy steps for you to follow to achieve the look:

STEP 1: CLEAN & BRUSH
Sounds like an obvious step, but so many of us can be guilty of not properly cleaning our brows before applying makeup. Apply the tiniest amount of shampoo onto the spoolie of your Brow Artist Xpert, run under water and clean your brows in an upward brushing motion. Brushing your brows up now will help you see any places that are looking sparse and needing to be filled in.

STEP 2: TRACE THE BOTTOM BROW LINE
While brushed-up eyebrows are all about looking natural, that doesn’t mean we should skip the steps to making our brows look neat. Use the sharper edge of your Brow Artist Xpert, to easily trace along the bottom line of your arches, starting from the inner brow to the outside.

STEP 3: FILL IN
Starting from the inner brow, lightly draw small, hair-like strokes to the areas that are sparse. Make sure you start from the base of your eyebrow and draw up in the same direction of your natural brow hairs, using the sharper edge near the inner brow and flat edge to fill in the outer areas.

STEP 4: BRUSH AND SET
In case you’ve missed it, brushing is key to this look! Again using the spoolie of your pencil (make sure it’s completely dry from when you used it to clean!), lightly brush your brows upwards again. To really set your brows in place for the day, use the Brow Artist Plumper.

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