I actually wanted to post this Brow Tutorial video tomorrow, since I do have another post lining up to be published. However, I got excited since this is my first video ever using my own face. It took me a lot of years to actually pluck the courage to do a video. Anyways, the quality might not be as good as other great youtube gurus, but please take it easy with me. I’ll try to improve slowly, and I look forward to read comments from you. I did not talk or do a voice-over since I’m not comfortable doing that just yet. However, again, in the future when I get more comfortable in front of a camera, I’ll start talking or doing voice-over.
So, I asked on Instagram, what kind of tutorials would you guys like to see me do. The majority of the comments said to do a brow tutorial. I have done a brow pictorial before on my How-to Fill in Brows post, but I guess seeing picture and seeing me doing it is quite different. Just keep in mind that this is how I DO my brows.
I cannot emphasize enough how each person has different shape and this might not work for you. However, what you can take from this tutorial is how I draw each hair individually. This is the most important part of filling in your brows. Light feathery stroke is the key! Try not to press too hard on your eyebrows to avoid making it look too thick.
For this tutorial, I assumed you already know or have gotten your brows shaped (waxed/tweezed/threaded). If you have not gotten your eyebrows shaped before, take a look at my Brows 101 post. If you are not allowed to shape your eyebrows, the best thing I can suggest is to trim your eyebrows using a clean spooly and a cuticle scissors. This way, you can see the brows’ shape, and fill it in lightly using brow powder, emphasize on LIGHTLY.
For a day makeup, I usually do something similar to my Shu Uemura Brow Pencil post.
Enjoy the video, and comments are welcome!