brows and fill in sparseness.
WHY IT’S UNIQUE
• Long wearing
• Non smudging
• Water resistant
• Sweat & humidity resistant
THE PHOTO FACTOR
“I look at eyebrows first because the right brows frame the face and can make you look younger. You need less makeup with great brows too. They really change the face.” – Davis Factor, Photographer and Founder
GET IT ON
Using soft, feathery strokes, define your natural arch, starting at the base of the hairline. Fill in sparse areas and use spoolie brush to distribute color evenly.
BROW HOW-TO Q & A with Lori Taylor Davis, Global Pro Makeup Artist
Start with brows or do them last?
“When I’m doing makeup, I always trace the brows softly at first as a starting point because they help me decide on a look. Then, after I finish, I decide if I want to go bolder to work with an architectural look or leave them more natural.”
How do you decide on a brow that works with your makeup?
“I don’t think your brows should compete with the rest of your face, so I won’t create a bold brow when I’m doing a dramatic, smoky or smudged eye.”
Should I amp my brows up for night?
“Yes, for sure. The Gloss Stick gives you that youthful sheen and depth that shows up perfectly at night.”