Today I will be showing you how I use the Make Up Forever Brow Corrector. I know many people are interested in trying the product but don’t know how to use it. You can obviously improvise if you don’t have the MUFE Brow Corrector and use any brow pencil or creme liner. I have read that some people use MAC Dipdown Fluidline or MAC Quite Natural Paint Pot as a brow filler. It may seem odd to you that creme liners can be used for your brows, but applied sparingly with a light hand you can end up with beautiful brows that are natural looking and won’t budge all day. Pencils that work well are ones that you can sharpen to a good point that aren’t too soft or retractable “crayon” liners such as MAC Brows or Maybelline’s Define-a-Brow. These brow pencils work very well because they don’t smudge as easily as pencils, the formula is pigmented (but not overpowering) and the consistency is dryer than regular eye pencils, which is essential for creating natural looking brows.
Products used in this tutorial:
Coastal Scents Precision Angled Liner Brush
E.L.F Studio Eyebrow Treat & Tame
MAKE UP FOREVER Brow Corrector #3
I am using a small eyeliner brush that is bent so you it’s easier to apply liner and make precise lines. I prefer this particular brush for the brows because the tip is short, dense and comes to a point. I can make very precise lines with it. If you don’t have a specific liner brush, an angled brow brush can work too. The thinner the tip is, the better. I am using the ELF Treat & Tame to set my brows. It is a tinted brow gel that adds a tiny bit of color to your brows so your natural brows will blend in with the parts you filled in. It also will keep your brows in place so the hairs are all going in the same direction. MAC has a similar product called Brow Set, which is a product I love as well.
- If necessary, tweeze & trim your brows and/or stray hairs as you normally would.
- It’s your preference if you like to apply foundation before or after your brows, but I usually do my brows last. It’s much easier in my opinion. If you have oily skin or tend to get an oily t-zone. Set the area with powder so your brows won’t get shiny or smear throughout the day.
- If necessary, take a small concealer brush with your favorite concealer and outline your brow and then blend it into your skin to cover up any mistakes, or if you made your brows too thick.
- Add a shimmery highlight under your arch to make your brows look even more polished!