Brows are an important part of every makeup. They play a role in framing the eye and help to create balance within the face. With so many styles of brow art from a naturally enhanced brow to a stylized drawn brow, defining eye brows require professional expertise, but with the right product and tools they can be easily mastered.
Brush eye brows to assess hair growth pattern and needs.
• Review shape and determine where to enhance and define the brow
• Look for sparse areas that need to be strengthened with brow wax
• Look at hair color to determine which shade is best
Prime the sparse areas with the brow wax from the
VISEART Brow Palette using a synthetic angle brush.
TIP:Choose a shade of wax that coordinates with the need of the brow:
WAX SHADE 1: Has a neutral undertone - ideal for a fair skin and light shades of blond, strawberry blond & gray hair. This will keep pigments from appearing orange against the skin.
WAX SHADE 2: Has an olive undertone - ideal for medium shades of blonds, auburn to brunette hair. This will keep pigments from appearing pink against the skin.
WAX SHADE 3: Has a warmer undertone - ideal for medium to deeper shades of brunette to black hair. This will keep pigments from appearing ash against the skin.
Lightly brush wax throughout the brow for a natural blend with a coarse brow grooming brush.
Define the brows using the coordinating brow pigment from the
VISEART Brow Palette with a
course angle brush to the desired shape
TIP: Choose a shade of pigment that coordinates with the highlights of the hair for a naturally enhanced, dimensional brow, or choose a shade that matches the base of hair color for a stylized drawn brow.
For a suggested brow color guide click HERE
The finished look! On MUSE, we used from the VISEART Brow Palette, the WAX SHADE 1 and followed with the NEUTRAL BLONDE PIGMENT
Makeup Artist: Ivan Betancourt
MUSE: Francheska Palmer