Achieve Weekend-Ready Brows

If there’s anyone that knows how to achieve weekend ready brows in minutes, it’s the experts at Jane Iredale Makeup. Scroll for the Jane Iredale three-step guide for perfect eyebrows everytime.

Step 1 – Jane Iredale Retractable Eyebrow Pencil

Expertly fill and define brows with this ultra-fine 1.7mm retractable precision tip to create precise hair-like strokes. Using the spoolie brush, comb your brows into place by combing hair up and across. Next, outline the underside of the brow then outline the top, lightly fill in any gaps with short feathery strokes. Using a clean spoolie brush, soften and blend the brow pencil by combing through the brows.

Step 2 – GreatShape Eyebrow Kit

A take any-where brow kit that includes a dual-ended applicator, transparent botanical brow wax and a pigmented brow powder to ensure you get a personalised shade. Using the mini brow brush, apply the clear wax to define the outline of the brow, apply wax in small strokes to sparse areas, this will mimic hair texture. Wipe brush with a tissue and apply the brow powder again outlining the brow and filling in any gaps. Comb brows using the mini spoolie brush.

Step 3 – Jane Iredale Pure Brow Gel

Formulated with a proprietary blend of sea minerals to condition and protect brow hairs, making them healthier, smoother and more manageable. Finish and hold brows in place with the clear brow gel. Remember to wipe brush in between dips so that the brow gel remains clear.

Brow Sculpting How-To

The brow should begin at the edge of the nose (A line). The arch should be just above the outer edge of the iris (B line). The brow should taper off from the edge of the nose and eye (C line) and not go lower than the inner portion of the brow (D line).


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