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My brow routine - A quick Everyday Eyebrow Makeup Tutorial in 5 mins or less

Quick Tip Tuesday - unruly brows!

Here is  a quick 5 min beauty tip that I use and think you'll love.
If you've seen my blog before you know that I am more than a just a little obsessed, with Lastics Shave Soap.
But check this'll never believe how I use it today!

Here's my routine.

You will need

1. A brow brush - the ones I use are either

  • Senna fine line,
a picture of Senna's Fine Liner Eye Brush
Senna Fine Liner Brush
  • Ve's Favorite Brushes - Slant Tip 
in image of Ve Neils Favorite Brushes in Slant Tip
Ve's Favorite Brushes - Slant Tip

  •  Nars #5 brow brush.
    Nars #5 Brush
 2. A brow pencil
  • I don't spend big money on this, the one I'm using for this video is from Daiso (it's $1.50 and I love it!)
 3. A brow powder
an image of Senna Brow Book  Eyebrow Palette
  •  I am using Senna's brow palette because I want to use 2-3 colors so it looks natural and not one dimensional
 4. A spooly or a toothbrush
  • to brush them into place and      

5. Here's the kicker, instead of brow gel, I use my Shave Soap from Lastics
  •  it holds them in place without feeling crunchy (plus it smells ahhhhmazing!)

6. A brow highlighter  (optional) 
a picture of Anastasia matte highlighter crayon in Camille

  • to clean up and sharpen your edges - I'm using Anastasia Matte Highlighter Crayon in Camille

How To-

 First brush your brows up,with your toothbrush or spooly.
 Use the brow pencil to fill in any gaps, using quick little strokes to mimic the hairs.
Then go over the pencil using your brow powder.

Then brush your brows downward using the spooly or toothbrush, and do the same process for the top of your brows.

You want to remember to use a light hand on the beginning of your brows, the concentration of  product should be in the arch, which will bring the eye upward, otherwise it just looks unnatural &  heavy.(or in my case sinister-haha)
Once you're all filled in, take your spooly or toothbrush, slightly dampen it, and run it over the shave soap until you pick up enough product and brush your brows into place.
In about a minute, when this dries, you will have natural looking brows that stay in place all day!

And there you have it- My five minute brow routine!
Sounds a little crazy but it works.
Try it!

Do you have any weird little hacks or products you use a little unconventionally?
I'd love to know, tell me about them in the comments below.

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**Special Thanks to Lastics for providing the Shave Soap for this demo
All opinions expressed in this post are my own, and no payment was received.

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