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I get a lot of questions on how I fill in my here are the products i use and how i do them...hope this helps! :)

1. Find a matte shadow that would go well with your natural brow colour. Instead of using a stark black, I chose to use a more charcoal brown (NYX Nude Matte Shadow in NMS11, Betrayal). This can be hard to find as a lot of brown based shadows tend to be more red.

2. Find a concealer (NYX, Full Coverage, CJ05 Medium) that is only one or two shades lighter than your natural skin tone. This will act as a highlight and will aid in the clean up after you apply the shadow.

3. Apply the shadow the arch of the brow with an angled brush first. By doing so, your brush will have less product when you start to fill in the "front" portion of your brow. This will help in NOT creating that harsh, boxy look.

4. Run a spooly through your brow after you apply the shadow to just help blend everything together.

5. Trace the outline of your brow with the concealer to really define the shape and clean up the edges if you went overboard with the shadow. You can use another angled brush or a small concealer brush (synthetic) for this, whichever is more comfortable.

6. Be sure to blend the concealer, the last thing you want it to see is the harsh line of the concealer around your brow.


1. Using a shadow will create a softer shape than a gel, pencil or liquid product. This is definitely better for a natural every day look.

2. You can also use a clear brow gel to keep your brow hairs in place to finish off the look.

  • Added Feb 16, 2013

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