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As requested, here is a post on how to do your eyebrows. The first thing to filling in your eyebrows is to choose the right color for your brows. For someone like me with natural black hair, it’s easy to find the right color for my brows. However, for those with lighter hair color who’s eyebrows just seem to disappear, it’s difficult to figure out what color is the best for your brows. Number one tips for ladies with light brows, always go a tint darker than your hair color. Now that advice covers light brunettes and blondes, but what about red heads.

Now red heads are tricky because there are various colors that go under this category. So know your real color! There are three shades of red for red heads: cooper red (orange and natural-looking red), violet red (dark red), and true red. Violet red and true red are not natural reds.

Cooper Red: try colors like honey, camel, ginger, or golden-red in eyebrow products.

Violet Red: find colors in reddish-taupe, reddish-brown, or burnt sienna.

True Red: use auburn, deep reddish-brown, or dark brown colors.

Once you have the right color, it’s easy going from there. Next, decide if you want to use an eyebrow kit, which is usually gel based, or if you’re like me and like a very cheap option, use matte eyeshadow. Your handiest tools for this beauty feat is an angled brush to apply color to your brows and an eyebrow brush to sweep those hairs into place. Now, go and fill those brows that were always meant to stand out!

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I am using NYC black eyeshadow// Wal*Mart $1.50

 Caitlin is using is Elf Eyebrow Kit in Medium// Wal*Mart $3

 

Written by: Victoria

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