Product feature: Brow Define

MAKEUP ARTIST LOVES EYE OF HORUS BROW DEFINE

The Brow Define is your ultimate brow tool. Formulated using Coconut and Candelilla wax as a foundation. The Brow define contains caster oil for strengthening and growth and like all Eye of Horus products its paraben free. With a Slimline pointed tip it contours and fills in colour with controlled artistry for perfect arches.

Add shape, colour and defnition in one streamlined tool. It offers a twist up applicator, which assists with product control, a spoolie brush - to comb through colour and smudge strokes. Once applied it will not smudge and is waterproof.

THE BROW DEFINE

The Brow Define is your ultimate brow tool. Formulated using Coconut and Candelilla wax as a foundation. The Brow define contains caster oil for strengthening and growth and like all Eye of Horus products its paraben free. With a Slimline pointed tip it contours and fills in colour with controlled artistry for perfect arches. Add shape, colour and definition in one streamlined tool. It offers a twist up applicator, which assists with product control, a spoolie brush - to comb through colour and smudge strokes. Once applied it will not smudge and is waterproof. Available in three shades Husk (light), Dynasty (medium), Nile (dark).

WHAT OUR CUSTOMER ARE SAYING

I love the EOH Eye Brow Pencil. I have had chemotherapy due to breast cancer and lost my eyebrows.
I have tried a number of pencils but my eyebrows didn’t stay on all day. I work full time and need to look good. My eyebrows have grown back but one is still very thin. This pencil stays on ALL day and I LOVE IT!!! Thanks to Eye of Horus I look good every day.

~ Sue Fiander

As a very fair haired blondie I have tried most brow pencils, powders, brushes, tints etc however this easy to you pencil and brush is the best. The pencil, like their eye liner pencils, are wax like and easy to draw with meaning no silly surprised eyebrows! The brush is thin enough to shape right out to the tip of eyebrows too and be quite specific with shaping.”

~ Loz Mucic

BROW SHAPING TUTORIAL

STEP 1: BEGINNING OF THE BROW

Eyebrows should start above the inner corner of the eye. A tad one way or the other doesn’t matter. Sometimes the brow is pulled out or in a little depending on how close or wide set the eyes are.

Eyebrows set too far apart can make the nose look wider and the eyes smaller. Eye brows too close together can have a negative effect of creating an angry like expression.

STEP 2: ARCH OF THE BROW

The break of the eyebrow arch should be in the area above the outer edge of the iris while focusing straight ahead. This will be a little short of two thirds. Line a pencil from the outer edge of the nose going up along the outside of the iris and breaking where the pencil hits.

The shape of the brow and the entire arch should be seen from the front of the face. The head should not have to be rotated to see the whole brow. The last half inch may start disappearing from the frontal view, but not an inch or more. The best look for the arch is almost two thirds. Factors that affect the need to move it in or out a little bit include brow size and shape, sharp or smooth arch, face size, and face shape.

STEP 3: ENDING OF THE BROW

The end of the brow is marked by placing a pencil from the center of the lip traveling up along the edge of the outer eye. The mark is made on the inside of the pencil. Variations in face length, face width, eye length, and how close or wide set the eyes are may necessitate moving this mark in or out a fourth of an inch. The ending tip of the eyebrow should be at the same level as the beginning.



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