When you've got to draw on your eyebrows, finding ideal eyebrow stamp tips is never easy! If you're looking for eyebrow tips that really work and that can make your eyebrows look amazing, I've got them! My sister has been drawing on her eyebrows for years and she has perfected the art using an eyebrow stamp because it's much easier than pencil, so I picked her brain and below I've compiled a list of the top eyebrow stamp tips!
One of the first eyebrow tips we're going to talk about is the shade! Yes girls, the shade makes all of the difference when it comes to your brows so make sure that you are choosing carefully. If you choose a color that is too dark it can stand out too much and a shade that is too light won't stand out enough, so you've got to choose carefully!
Ideally, the shade that you choose for your eyebrow pencil should be about two shades lighter than your hair. Why? Because that way it'll blend in but still be a little different than your hair color.
One of the most common mistakes when it comes to drawing on your eyebrows is that people go outside of their hairline along their eyebrows. One of the eyebrow stamp tips that I have is to make sure that you use the pencil only in your hair (this applies to pencil too ladies!) Stay in bounds even if you have to trace your arch and around your brow a little, inside the hairline.
When you are dealing with eyebrow stamps it's important that you keep it down on your eyebrow. Avoid using it to fill in in along the top end of the brow. The top arch is thinner than the rest of the brow, which means that keeping the eyebrow stamp away is the best bet to make everything look natural!
See? I had to make this its own category! When you make your eyebrows too dark, it can actually clash with your eye makeup and can even make your face appear smaller! So girls, make sure that you lighten up the strokes and the color! Always watch just how dark your brows are!
So girls, whether you're stamping (or drawing) on your brows, these eyebrow stamp tips will help! What other eyebrow tips do you have to share? Any I haven't covered?
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