There are several reasons you might want to apply fake eyebrows. Perhaps your eyebrow hair is thinning, you need them as part of a costume or you just want to try different eyebrow shapes. Whatever your reason for applying fake eyebrows, they are easy to apply, and if you use the right technique, they will look realistic.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Eyebrow stencil kit
- Eyebrow pencil
- Pencil sharpener
- Eyebrow wig
Obtain an eyebrow stencil kit. These should be available for purchase at your local beauty supply store.
Place the stencil over the area where your eyebrow is and trace the outline of the stencil shape with a waterproof pencil. This pencil is usually included in the kit.
Select an eyebrow pencil that is one to two shades lighter than your natural hair colour to fill in the hair.
Sharpen your pencil to the point where it is able to draw thin lines. Drawing thin lines helps your eyebrows look more natural.
Fill in your eyebrow shape with short strokes using light pressure. Follow the pattern of the eyebrow stencil.
Obtain an eyebrow wig and the adhesive to go along with it. Select a wig that is one to two shades lighter than your hair colour. You can get these from a beauty supply store or in the beauty section of a one-stop-shop such as Wal-Mart.
Position the wig above your eye along the line of your natural eyebrow to help you achieve the right look and trim it to a natural shape if you need to.
Mark the line of your natural eyebrow with an eyebrow pencil to help guide you when applying the wig.
Apply a light coat of adhesive to the back of the eyebrow wig with a small eyebrow brush or toothpick and apply it over the pencil markings.
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