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luffylovelou asked:

07 Jun 2009

I screwed up my eyebrows.

i accidentally plucked too far. That was a couple months ago and its grown back, but its too thin for the rest of my eyebrow. What do I do?

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little_miss_brightside

little_miss_brightside says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2009

use an eyebrow pencil the colour of your eyebrows and draw in your eyebrows



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massacredoll

massacredoll says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2009

EYEBROW PENCIL! It works no matter what, but dont press to hard, and make sure you buy the right shade :)

xrhiannonx

xrhiannonx says:

Posted on 07 Jun 2009

use a eye brow pencil but ont make it to thickx

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 08 Jun 2009

pick a eyeliner in light brown or a eyebrow pencil in a light color you want something that will blend in with your eyebrow color but NEVER darker than your color. it's always better to go a little too light than a lil too dark

sweetrose

sweetrose says:

Posted on 08 Jun 2009

Ahhahah I did that Too! but its better now here what you should do:

Let them grow! In the meantime,fill in bare spots with a brow powder or pencil. Use light, feathery strokes to create a realistic look, rather then drawing a line. Set the color with brow gel. Find a pencil color that matches your brows as closely as possible. If you don;t have an eyeliner Try an eyeshadow that matches your brows, you can fill in color with shadow, although it may not look as realistic. Next time, get brows professionally tweezed, waxed or threaded (my personal favorite). Follow the "map" created by the professional with a pair of tweezers in between salon visits. This will help keep you from overplucking again.

amaay

amaay says:

Posted on 09 Jun 2009

let them grow baack, but whilst you're waiting use an eyebrow pencil to fill the gaps. ;]

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