So right now I'm going to show you the best way to fill in your eyebrows.
Asian eyebrows tend to be a little bit shorter and a little bit more sparse. So the first thing I like to do is take a little bit of brow gel and just comb them into place.
I do this by combing straight up and then kind of over like this, and then just going to the other side and doing the same thing. You can use the brow gel after if you want. There's really no right or wrong way to do it but this is the way I like to.
Then what I do is I take a slanted eyebrow brush, dip it into a little bit of eyebrow powder of a similar tone to her natural eyebrows. What I like to do is start on the outer corner and just elongate it just a little bit where it gets kind of thin and sparse on the outer corner.
Once I've elongated it and I've made it the length of brow I want it to be I go back to the beginning. And here I push up because that's the direction her natural brow is going. And then I start working my way and meeting the other end.
When you fill in your eyebrows don't worry so much about changing the entire shape, otherwise you're going to look like a totally different person. You just want to fill in where you're missing hair.
So now I'm just going to the other side. Again, elongate it and then going back to the beginning and joining the two points.
So now her eyebrows just look a little more filled in but still natural and it helps set the stage for the rest of the makeup we're going to do.