Eyebrows are an important element of our physiognomy, and they influence the messages we convey even when we say nothing. You have probably also heard that they are the frame that frames our face and that precisely for this reason the eyebrows are very important in makeup. And I believe the same.
My makeup style (both as a make-up artist and as a woman who takes care of her image) is very natural and transparent. I believe more in correcting imperfections and highlighting features than in wearing an intense and complex make-up. I prefer my or my clients to be told that we look good than that we have a very beautiful make-up or to receive a compliment regarding the color of the eyeshadow. For me, it is important that the person looks good and not the makeup to be the one that stands out.
And if I still opened the subject of makeup, as I always do, I want to warn you that it is more important how a makeup is applied and done, than what and how many products we use. In short, it doesn't necessarily matter what products you use, but how you use them and the end result.
Now let's move on to the eyebrows!
I have light eyebrows, rare, asymmetrical and with many gaps. A not very encouraging premise for a person who prefers to wear thick, rich and messy eyebrows. But look, the experience as a make-up artist helped me fulfill my desire to have rich eyebrows. And as I am a follower of natural looks, I thought I would share my technique with you.
I hope you find the video tutorial useful and I want to ask you to tell me what other simple tutorials you want to film. I was thinking next time to show you how to make cat-eye ink. What do you think?
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