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Welcome back again. I'm Jennifer Karl and we are on to eyebrows. You can use so many things to color in or shape your eyebrows. You can use powders, you can use gels, pencils. I prefer powder and I prefer a brush because I think you can do a little bit of hands on with powder and a brush. Rather than a pencil and you can go on to dark, it will blend well. So I'm taking basically the same color as her brows. I'm using, I'm using a tiny angle brush. You always want to tap your brush cause you do not want to go on with too much, you always want to add. So a little at a time. She has a natural shape to her eyebrows so I'm just going to fill in the natural shape of the eyebrows. Now unless your eyebrows are perfect and hair does not grow in unwanted place you want to get your eyebrows waxed or tweezed before you would attempt to color them in. Then once they have a nice shape it is very, very easy. All you have to do is take your powder and go right in to the natural line of the brow and just fill in where there are spaces or parts. I always like to kind of use a brush, a broad brush to blend and smooth everything out. Some people like the broad gels, if your eyebrows are really deep you can use a browed gel and that would keep your brows in place. Now, there is a really nice arch to your brows now. Eyebrows are very, very important.