With the right technique, a fuller-looking brow is just a stroke away. Below, we list three of our favorite brow plumping hacks that will surely fit your arches' needs!
EASY - Brush through them with a volumizing brow gel.
Unlike regular brow mascaras that only add color, volumizing brow gels have special fibers that add texture and definition to the eyebrow hairs. A bushy brow look is one brush wiggle away with these mascara-lookalikes! Celebrity makeup artist Anthea Bueno loves this look on her clients!
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Essence Make Me Brow Eyebrow Gel Mascara, P149, Watsons; Eyeko Brow Magic Brow Boost, P2119, Sephora.ph; Benefit Gimme Brow Volumizing Gel in 05 Deep, P1400, Sephora.ph
MODERATE - Don't be afraid to use a darker color.
Fuller brows tend to have darker hair, so filling in your brows with a light brown when your hair is black doesn't make sense. Your arches will look more natural and fuller when you match it with how dark your hair is, and for when you're feeling bold, you can go a little darker. Korean makeup artist Pony uses this technique when she wears bolder eye looks.
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The Face Shop Lovely me:ex Style My Eyebrow pencil, P150, SM Megamall; BYS Brow Definition Kit, P399, Watsons; Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade in Ebony, P1500, Calyxta
HARD - Draw realistic brow hairs.
If you prefer a full brow that doesn't look too drawn on, use brow pencils and pens that create finer strokes that imitate real brow hairs. These products will prevent you from applying too much product at once and getting that blocky brow look as well. Makeup artist Jelly Eugenio swears by this technique on Nadine Lustre!
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K-Palette 1DAY Tattoo Real Lasting Eyebrow Liner 02- Grayish Brown, P795, Zalora; Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Brunette, P1400, Calyxta; Eyeko Brow Liner, P1233, Sephora.ph