(L-R) 17 Eye Liner: GOSH Brow Pen: Bourjois Ombre Stretch
It may look like I use lots of different products but they each have their own role. I use the Benefit Speed Brow for defining the brow hairs and setting them in place. I use the Bourjois Ombre Stretch in 04 Flexi Brown because this has great tones for the body part (the thick bit) of my eyebrow. Then I alternative between the 17 Eye liner pencil in Brown and the GOSH Brown Pen in 004 Wheat for defining the tail bit of my eyebrow (the thinner end).
I apply the Bourjois Ombre Stretch with my Elizabeth Arden brow angled brush, which I believe is the best angled brush on the market. It is smaller and thinner than most others. In the photo's above I have compared it to the Real Techniques Brow Brush and the visual differences between them. I have used the Real Techniques before but because my eyebrows are very small (smaller than average) the make-up on the brush smudges above and below the eyebrow and it comes a such a mess.
Step 1 - In this picture I used the GOSH Brow Pen, whereby I drew the outline of my eyebrow but from only the underneath. Then thickening the line when it reaches the tail end.
Step 2 - On my Elizabeth Arden angled brush and using the Bourjois Ombre Stretch. I flick strokes in different directions on the main body of the brow. The reason for going in different directions is to make it more natural.
Step 3 - I brush on the Benefit Speed Brow Gel to fix the eyebrow hairs. I stroke the brush upwards and then drag it down the top part of my brow.
Then I have more defined brows and am ready to go.
How do you do your brows??