The two bushy caterpillars that sit atop my brow are driving me crazy! While one day they sit and stay perfectly fine like good little trained pets, the next day they decide to travel...here, there, everywhere...I just can't keep up:)
Every morning, I have a daily battle with my bushy eyebrows. On most days I am ready for battle with my arsenal of supplies, but then there are days that I don't give a s***.
Below are just some really CHEAP products that I use to tame my ferociously beastly brows :)
The key to tamed eyebrows, is a good manageable shape. I am Indian, so we naturally have thick bushman eyebrows that need constant upkeep, therefore a pair of tweezers and eyebrow scissors is a must!
I use a simple "spoolie thingy" t come my hairs up and trim the extra long hairs, then if need be I come down to get any strays.
A good pair of tweezers is a must. But here's the thing, I own tweezers that are both $0.99 and $20 and they work essentially the same as long as they have the right angle and thickness.
For those ubber pesky fine hairs that I just can't seem to pluck, I use this bad boy. Yes its a razor, but before you all start yelling about how dangerous that is and I could shave off an eyebrow, read on. These are soft razor that need to be angled properly to work but the best part about them is that 1..2..3, Look mom no uni-brow! :) Don't worry, no five o'clock shadow here.
Yup, that's thread and it's my best friend :) Threading my eyebrows not only for less plucking and upkeep, but it gives the nicest, cleanest shape. Highly recommend it. Takes a little getting used to, but well worth it.
Day to Day:
Now back to my chaotic mornings when I am normally running late for work.
The first thing I do is usually use either the ElF Eyebrow Kit, or just a dark brown Wet N' Wild eyeliner pencil to fill in any random gaps I might have.
Next, I pack on the Maybelline Great Lash Clear mascara or the ELF clear brow mascara and BAM..... set for the day
....see I told you it was cheap :)