Once again, the topic is Makeup, and I will explain, exactly what it is and what to use it for.

Makeup can be a jungle to wrap your head around.
In this series we are looking closely at the different types of makeup products.

We will be looking at what it is and what it does.

What types exist.

Do you need it and when should you use it.

Today our focus is all on Eyebrow pencils.

And as always you can also watch this on my YouTube channel.

WHAT IS AN EYEBROW PENCIL AND WHAT DOES IT DO?

An eyebrow pencil is a makeup product formed as a pencil and used to fill in and define your eyebrows. By filling them in, your brows will look more defined, intentional, and prettier, but might also help frame the face and bring attention to the eyes.

WHAT TYPES EXIST?

There are a few different types of eyebrow products, but today we will only look at the eyebrow pencil.

It will usually come with a spoolie in one end, and the pencil in the other, but may also just be the pencil.

You can get it in just about every colour (especially if you use an eyeliner pencil instead – they are made pretty much equal) but the most usual colours are different shades of brown and black.

DO YOU NEED IT AND WHEN SHOULD YOU USE IT?

As I have said a million times before: no one needs makeup. But it can still be a great addition to your makeup routine as it can be very subtle.

So if you already use makeup or just want your face and eye area to look more defined or intentional, you can use an eyebrow pencil for just that.

It should be applied after you have done your face makeup (if you are planning on doing a full face), but it does not really matter if you apply it before or after your lip and eye makeup.

If there is some type of makeup you would like explained, tell me in the comments and we will get to it.

I hope you all have a happy life, one day at a time!

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