Step 1: I comb through my eyebrows and then draw a line on the underside of my brows, this gives them a sharp arch and more shape, I always put more product on the bottom of my eyebrow as I feel it looks more natural and less harsh if you don't put so much product on the top of your arch. I start on the bottom of my arch and work my way to the tail of my brow and then bring whatever product is left on the brush to the inner corner of my eyebrow where I don't want my eyebrows to look quite so thick, doing this will give a slight gradient effect too, as you want your eyebrows to be thicker on the outer corner and not in the inner corner.
Inner corner - near your nose where the brow starts / Outer corner - the tail of your brow
Step 2: I add a little extra charcoal brown to my mac 208 brush and with light strokes I add product to the inner part of my eyebrow in upward flicks starting from the bottom where I drew the line in step 1, this will makes your eyebrows look more natural rather than drawing a line on the top and bottom of your brow and following the shape of your brows as it can look too 'drawn on'
Step 3: I then fill in the middle of my eyebrow so that there are no sparse areas and colour isn't too different, at this point I fill in the top of my arch.
Step 4: I add a few dots of concealer on the top of my eyebrow and work downwards and across, towards my brow with my finger, this will clean up any product that may have gone over the shape of your eyebrow, this makes them look a bit tidier, whatever product is left on my finger I take under my brow to clean up the bottom.
step 5: brush through your eyebrows and make sure all of the concealers blended in, and ta-dah! that's how I do my eyebrows.
If seeing how I grew my eyebrows out is something you'd like to see then definitely left me know, i'm not an expert on anything like this but I wouldn't mind sharing my experience!
What products do you use on your eyebrows?