July 7, 2020

After months of staying at home, the idea of wearing makeup has become foreign to us. And while it’s comforting to hide behind a face mask, unplucked eyebrows may be a sign that you don’t care about your appearance anymore. But it doesn’t take much effort to look “human” again. No matter how sparse, uneven or bushy your arches are at the moment, here are five products that you need to get brows on fleek.

Tweezerman Ultra Precision Point Tweezer

Tidy up stray hairs and groom them with this ultra-precise tweezer. Its extra-fine tip is effective in plucking in-grown, stubborn and baby hairs as well. A general rule of thumb to help you along this process is to maintain the natural shape of your brows, and remember not to get too carried away and over-pluck them.

Benefit Cosmetics Precisely, My Eyebrow Pencil

What makes this brow pencil especially easy to use is its fine tip, allowing you to create tiny hair-like strokes that mimic real eyebrow hairs—giving off the illusion of a thicker and fuller brow. Depending on how arched you want your brows to be, we suggest that it’s best to have a slight peak.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade

>After you’ve shaped your eyebrows, use a small amount of dipbrow pomade. This formula is exceptionally pigmented and creamy, so filling in the sparse areas is quick and fuss-free. With an angled brush, take your time to draw small strokes from the head to the tail of your brows. Doing this will add depth to your eyebrows, so they appear more defined.

Charlotte Tilbury Legendary Brows

This brow gel tames and keeps your eyebrows in place for the entire day. But that’s not all. The formula also lengthens your eyebrow hairs, making them look thicker and natural, and fills in any gaps that you may have missed earlier. For those with thinner brows, this product can be a lifesaver to create a fuller look.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Pro Pencil

Finally, this versatile pencil can not only be used as a shadow primer but also to hide redness and unwanted brow hairs to enhance your arches. Besides, who doesn’t love a good concealer?

Image Credits: Anatasia Beverly Hills, Tweezerman