How To Do Textured Brows
- Using the double ended Browtec, brush your brows upwards with the spoolie, then use the precise pencil to draw soft hair strokes in to sparse areas.
TOP TIP: Only draw in hair strokes in the areas where you have gaps – this makes the brow look fuller and bushier, without adding too much colour and keeping them looking natural.
- Next use Brow Colourfix to brush your brows up, especially at the front and the tail, keeping the shape slightly more groomed in the middle. This adds a touch of colour, sets the brows into place and gives the brow the texture you need for that full bushy effect.
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