The Bushy Brow Trend
Eyebrows have always been a prominent topic of conversation in the beauty world, but in recent years they've become even more so. Not too long ago over plucked, thin lines were all the rage. Fortunately that trend is dead in the ground and bushy, full eyebrows are what everyone is striving to achieve. A thick brow gives off a much more youthful look, whereas thin brows can tend to age us. However not all of us are blessed with perfect eyebrows, so finding the perfect product to fill our sparse eyebrows is vital.
The Benefits of EVXO's Organic Brow Pomade
Our eyebrows shape our face, so you’ll want to give your brows the time and attention they deserve. Fortunately, you can save yourself some time with EVXO's Natural and Organic Brow Pomade. Our vegan brow pomade acts as a three in one product for simple and easy application. Forget buying a powder, pencil and gel to achieve the perfect eyebrow, this Pomade does it all!
Unlike messy powders and dry pencil products, this organic brow makeup comes in a click and lock container to make sure the eye makeup is tightly sealed and maintains its moisture to avoid drying out your skin.
EVXO’s Organic Eyebrow Pomade is extremely pigmented so a little goes a very long way! This pot of pomade is guaranteed to last you months whether you like a natural brow or if you prefer to go more heavy handed for a bold look!
Achieving A Natural Brow
If you have dark hair, it's best to choose a color that is a shade or two lighter than the natural color of your brows. Going too dark can make your brows look like bricks on your face. Though if you have light hair and are deepening your brows, you can opt for a tone that's a half to one shade darker. Using a light hand and an angled brow brush, carefully draw thin lines replicating eyebrow hairs in the spare areas. This will give the most natural effect.
Getting The Bold Brow Look
This look is fantastic for people who have sparse brows! Use an angled eyebrow brush to first apply the pomade to your brows. Start along the bottom of the thickest part of the brow and blend outwards giving a slight sharpened effect at the ends and filling in any gaps, filling in the tail last. Remember you can always add more, never less! Though if things do get too intense, try blending with the spoolie end of your brush.