How to use the Deluxe Liner Brush.

Kate asked me "How do I use the deluxe liner brush best to define my eyebrows?"

Great question Kate!

The Deluxe liner brush is the BEST eyebrow brush I have ever used! So it will be a pleasure to teach the whole world how to use it.

I am going to assume that everyone has watched my videos on how to shape and tint your brows and therefore your brows are perfectly shaped and just looking for a little definition.  (If you haven't click, watch and learn.)

I always define brows with an eyeshadow, not a pencil. I find that a shadow lasts longer and looks more natural, pencils just seem to be too heavy for my liking and they also tend to shine up quicker on a sweaty day, if you know what I mean.

My favourite brow shadow is Yass, it really does work for most colourings. If you have very dark hair then Tilba would be the go, and if you have super light hair you could go with Leura. The most important things to remember when choosing your brow colour is that if your hair is dark your brows should be a shade lighter, and if your hair is light your brows should be two shades darker and also that you never want to use an eyeshadow that has any shimmer in it, I mean who wants shimmery brows?!

Deluxe Liner BrushUsing the brush is simple, the fantastic, curved designe along with the firm (but not scratchy) bristles does almost all of the work for you!  Just fill the brush "tip" with the desired colour (you don't need a lot of product for this), tap off the excess and then gently shape colour in the brows, first going in the direction that the brows are growing, then going against the brows. This is so you are coating both sides of the hair. Then brush the hairs of your brows back into shape with either a clean mascara wand or a small toothbrush.

The secret to this looking perfect is not to press too hard, this will splay out the bristles and thicken your line. Practice drawing the shape you want on a piece of paper or on the back of your hand, you will soon see what I mean about pressing too hard... better to do this on paper than above your eyes!

Hope this helps, let me know how you go.

Kylie x