Before putting any product on your brows, you want to make sure they look good! For me, this means getting them waxed to add a bit of arch, thin them a little & clean up the hairs that shouldn't be there. Some people may not need to do this or just pluck, but I prefer getting them waxed. If your brows are sensitive to plucking, like mine, I suggest an eyebrow razor. I know, it sounds scary to use a razor near your eyes. I like the Tinkle eyebrow razors, I heard Kandee Johnson talk about these, and immediately knew I needed some! They are super cheap and can be purchased on Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/Tinkle-Eyebrow-Razor/dp/B002C89J96 Using these can get rid of the random hairs between waxes.
Fill 'Em In
My filler of choice is the Sephora Brow Editor in Honey Blonde. If you haven't seen my review on this, it comes with 2 brow powders & a brow wax. When it comes to filling in your brows you have 4 choices; powder, colored wax, tinted gel & pencil. I lean towards powders & waxes because using a brush is more accurate and tends to look more natural & hair-like. However, if you are in a rush, gels & pencils are faster.
I start with a lighter powder to fill in the inner half of my brows, using a light hand to avoid too dark brows. People with dark hair don't need to worry about doing this. Then, I use the darker powder to fill the rest of my brows. In case you didn't know, brow sets frequently come with two colors because the lighter one is meant to fill in the denser, inner half of your brows & the darker is meant to fill in the less dense half of your brows.
Hold The Hairs
You can get an actual brow wax, or just get a clear mascara. I use Elf's Wet Gloss Lash & Brow Mascara. You can also choose to use a tinted brow gel to take care of filling & shaping in one step. I do this to hold the sha