If Cara Delevigne's ubiquity has sent you into a wimpy brow shame spiral, then it may be time for an arch intervention. First, lay off the tweezers (or just use them to pluck out wayward hairs), then fake bulk with a range of options from pencils to powders to tinted gels. The point is to look as if you're naturally blessed with abundant brows, not like you've painted them on so use a light touch and stick to a shade that closely matches your hair color.
Let’s say you already have pretty substantial brows, you may be inclined to tame them with this grooming wax so you don’t look like someone’s crazy uncle.
A dab will do ya brows good. Just use stiff bristled brush and voila!--bold brows will be yours.
From white blonde to jet black, this mousse comes in eight different shades so there’s a good chance you will find your match.
Even the saddest, wimpiest arches will be emboldened with this fiber gel, which adheres to the tiniest hairs to making them appear more massive.
With 13 years of styling star brows, Tonya Crooks knows a thing or two about faking bold brows. She designed the pencil to be thin to easily fake the look of hair where there isn’t any.
For the lazy brow groomers out there, this gel requires very little time or energy to get it done.
Though a little more time-consuming then most methods, this trio of powders offers the chance to customize your brow color.
What’s in the box? Everything you need to get your dream brows including powder, wax, tweezers, angled brushes, and mirrors so you can see what you’re doing.
Think of it like arts and crafts for your arches. Pick a stencil that’s close to your natural brow shape, then just color in the lines.
Sparse spots? Pencil them in with this creamy formula.