6 Easy Ways to Fake Fuller Brows
Whether you went tweezer-happy and over-plucked or just weren't born with golden arches, these hero products will beef up sparse, patchy, and thin brows so they look lush, full—and never fake.
This creamy wax offers a soft, flexible hold that doesn't flake or feel hard, and the tapered brush tip makes detailing easy. Just choose your shade—blond, brown, or black—then swipe the brush through brows to add thickness and a pretty sheen.
To buy: $16, glossier.com.
How to be a Red Head (a site founded by redheaded sisters Stephanie and Adrienne) features great beauty advice for women with red hair. The duo teamed up with Billion Dollar Brows to create this brow tint in a rich auburn hue. It's water-resistant, adds fullness and control, and, most importantly, it'll match your awesome hair.
To buy: For a similar product, $22, go to sephora.com.
After you've groomed your brows, add a little highlighter under the brow bone to really make them pop. This double-ended stick contains a matte color (great for day) on one side and a shimmery one (perfect for night) on the other. Swipe on and blend with your fingertips. To enhance your glow, apply it in the inner corners of your eyes, along the tops of your cheekbones, and down the center of your nose.
To buy: $23, sephora.com.
With pencil-like precision and powder-esque staying power, the angled tip allows you to create short, feathery strokes, even if you're a novice. Simply follow the shape of your brows, concentrating on any gaps. When you're finished, flip the dual-ended stick and use the spooley—essentially a clean mascara wand—to brush hairs and blend the color. Available in three shades (light, medium, and dark). Bonus: The pencil is self-sharpening.
To buy: $30, neimanmarcus.com.
With this little kit, all of your brow tools are in one convenient place. You get a colored wax (in three shades) to define your brows, setting powder to fill in any sparse spots, mini tweezers for plucking strays, plus two brushes—an angled one and a blending one.
To buy: $32, sephora.com.
If you haven't picked up a pair of tweezers in months, but your hairs still aren't growing, invest in this brow strengthener. Yes, it's costly, but the peptide and vitamin blend give wimpy brows a much needed boost. Slick on the gel for a fuller effect or target just the bare spots.
To buy: $110, nordstrom.com.