It is now the style to have dramatic, sweeping eyebrows that make your face look gorgeous. The problem is that your eyebrows have to be maintained to a state of perfection in order to get this look to work. You also have to use the aid of makeup to truly get the effect that you are going for. Here are some tips for keeping your eyebrows in place.
1. Condition Your Eyebrows
You probably use conditioner in your hair to make it softer, easier to style, and easier to control. When you are styling your eyebrows, you likely want the same things. However, you probably aren't conditioning your eyebrows. This is a problem that is easy to fix. Go online and find an eyebrow conditioning product that works for you. Your normal conditioner will do in a pinch but will not work as well as a product specialized to the task of keeping unruly eyebrows under control. For extra holding power, consider getting a product that you put on and leave in until you go to bed. These products are designed to moisturize the skin underneath your eyebrows, reducing the chances that you have unruly eyebrows, and will physically hold the hairs of your eyebrows in place. You can even use Vaseline.
2. Maintain Your Lines
Next, you need to get into a line grooming regimen. This means that you are actively taking steps each week or however fast your hair grows to have your eyebrows plucked, waxed, or woven. One easy way to deal with this is to purchase home waxing kits and do your own eyebrows at home. You could have a friend come over and help you with your eyebrows, and then you can help her with her own. This would allow you to draw on the exact shape that you want your eyebrows to be so that your friend has a guide.
3. Use Holding Powder
Finally, you likely are using makeup to make your eyebrows look bolder. You will want to use some sort of holding product in order to keep the makeup from running during the day or slowly coming off. First, make sure that you are well moisturized before you do anything. This will allow the makeup to better adhere to your skin. Then, apply a holding powder once you have added the makeup to set it.
For more information, talk to a company that specializes in homewaxing kits.