October 21, 2011

Eyebrows

Eyebrows. You kind of need them.


See what I mean? Scary.


I am one of those people that have few eyebrow hairs. I need to pencil them in a bit so I don't look like Annie up there on the right. 

Here is a video tutorial for filling in eyebrows.


*I'm using CoverGirl Eyebrow Pencil in Soft Blonde.


happy eyebrow application! :)

26 comments:

  1. Well ladies, born in the 60s girls only wish thicker eyebrows were fashionable in the 70's because so much damage was done being 'fashionable' :(

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  2. Thank you so much, I am defnitely going to try this out as soon as I get home:D

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  3. You're right, looks totally natural! I've been blessed with "Anne" eyebrows, and I've never liked them! BUT, after seeing the pics above...I'm counting my blessings :-) Hope you're having a great day Kate!

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  4. Thank you so much for the tutorial, it's really helpfull and less painful than plucking it into shape:)

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  5. Could your hair be any more perfect?! I mean, really!

    I laughed out loud and then was a little creeped out with the no eyebrows. They make a world of difference!

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  6. Haha! I saw this one on pinterest...too funny! :o) Thank you for all of your amazing guidance for hair-illiterate people like me!

    Team Johnson

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  7. I've been using the same product and giving my eyebrows a boost for almost 10 years now. gasp! However, I've never used a powder...what do you recommend?

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  8. lol that first picture is both scary and hilarious.....Praise the Lord for eyebrows :-)

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  9. I love your shirt- I have the same in grey I snatched up last weekend! And don't even get me started on how insanely jealous I am of you hair. I was a featured blogger this past week and you definitely made my top 3 favorite blog list. :)

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  10. Scary pic! I have really light eyebrows and was introduced to a great kit from Young Blood! Made a big difference!

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  11. How ironic! I found you through a friend's blog "2nd Cup of Coffee."
    I'm writing a post now "3 Ways to Look Younger" and wanted to link your blog in my post for the "well kept hair" point.
    I'm also including a point on grooming eyebrows!
    Here's my link to my eyebrow post.

    http://melaniedorsey.com/2011/05/31-days-closer-to-cuter-you-day-3/

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  12. This is SO great! I love how natural it looks! Tanks for sharing!

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  13. Whoa, Anne looks a bit crazy without the eyebrows, lol. I'm lucky to have good natural eyebrows. I just have to do a bit of occasional plucking and waxing.

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  14. Thanks for the tips! I am a natural blonde and have been coloring my brows for too many years. I couple years ago I discovered Brow Zings they sell it at Sephora...Ulta. Anyway, I LOVE it. It's a little pricey, but lasts FOREVER. It has the makeup and a powder, the tools to put it on, and tweezers. It is my most favorite make-up I use! :)

    Hillary L

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  15. Eye brows are more important than ever... I put a huge focus on making mine look nice!
    I have the same shirt in grey...gotta love Target! I love your blog! If you get a chance, visit mine at www.fortheloveofpainting.com

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  16. love, Love, LOVE your tutorials! :)

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  17. My eyebrows are just like yours.. they disappear mid-way! This video helps a lot! I would love a video on matching your foundation color to your skin, in the winter when it is at its' palest. Love, love your blog!

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  18. WOW! That picture of Anne makes me grateful for my eyebrows. I will think of this next time I am frustrated with my unibrow.

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  19. ba ha ha OMG she looks sick lol Love your tutorial :)

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  20. Never really thought of what I would look like without brows! Yikes kinda scary stuff! Great tutorial (again) - thanks for sharing.

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  21. I have brown hair, brown eyes, brown eyebrowls but we should all remember that everyone's browls need some love. Mine need tweezing and then trimming once a week. Trimming them makes a huge diff! I hate seeing over plucked browls especially on girls who don't wear makeup everyday and need to use a fill in on their browls. I think a fill in kit would be good for such gals until the hairs grow back in and then use the tips you showed on here! I am going to try it even though mine show up fine, because they are a little short. -Amy-

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  22. that pic is hilarious!

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  23. I'm obsessed with eyebrows. I had thick brows once upon a time and over-plucked them at a young age. They never really grew back as thick as they were. I'm definitely going to have to try this technique. :)

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  24. I'm so glad you did this tutorial! My eyebrows are so light it looks like I don't have any at all. I have tried using pencils and powders but it never looked good. I will be trying your technique tmwr! Praying it works because I don't like looking browless!

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  25. Thank you!!! I just discovered you blog and after being really impressed with your other tutorials, I was wondering if you had anything on eyebrows - since that is one of my biggest frustrations. My eyebrows are darker but VERY sparse - even though I have very thick, course hair (HOW does that happen?) So thank you - hoping I can duplicate this on my face.

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