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    If you just want to fill them in, an eyebrow pencil should suffice. Make sure you use soft strokes to prevent them looking too harsh or chunky.
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    Thats what ive done today and they look so natural which is the look i want for everyday use
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    Well tbh my eyebrows ..
    I did them once and they never grew back after cause my hairs very thin lol

    So now I just fill them in with the BENEFIT brow zings good luck!

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    (Original post by Asiangirl_18)
    Is there a way to not have to pluck your eyebrows and shape them in order to fill them in so that they just look a bit neater? I dont want to touch my eyebrows and overpluck them because that could easily happen and i also dont want to add more onto my beauty regime as it is. So does anyone know a method to fill in their eyebrows along their natural shape so they look good?

    P.S I am new to the whole eyebrows game so pls dnt judge
    You could use pencil eye liner to fill those gaps. And make your eye brows look more appealing.
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    You can you bleach on forehead and on extra hairs
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    I've never plucked my brows but I outline them with powder according to their natural shape and then fill them in, and they look much more defined that way. There are always a few stray hairs beyond the outline but they're not obvious unless someone is inches from my face. If your hair is quite thick and you still find them too messy after this, maybe you can outline them with makeup to get your ideal shape, and only pluck the few hairs that stick out?
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    (Original post by Sempiternitas)
    I've never plucked my brows but I outline them with powder according to their natural shape and then fill them in, and they look much more defined that way. There are always a few stray hairs beyond the outline but they're not obvious unless someone is inches from my face. If your hair is quite thick and you still find them too messy after this, maybe you can outline them with makeup to get your ideal shape, and only pluck the few hairs that stick out?
    Thats what ive started to do kus i really dint want to pluck. I just have to learn to leave the stray hairs alone lol
 
 
 
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