If you want state-of-the-art eyebrows, you’ve gotta have a state-of-the-art eyebrow brush. Eyebrows have become a top priority in our beauty routines–so much so that we even gave a name to a perfectly arched brow (anyone remembers, “brows on fleek?”). We’ve got the best tool to help you perfect your brows on any given day. Meet the best eyebrow brush in the game–our brand new 3-way brow brush, The Player.
The Best Eyebrow Brush In The Game
The Player is a versatile 3-in-one eyebrow brush and eyelash tool from our brand new makeup brush collection, The Detailers. We’ve got a feeling you’ll be reaching for The Player on the daily. Here’s why.
On one side is your actual eyebrow brush with stiff, angled bristles hand-crafted to mimic real hair and lay down product smoothly. Use this angled brush to create pristine brow edges and apply brow powders, creams, gels, and waxes.
On the opposite side, there’s a double-sided spoolie and comb to use on both brows and lashes. Use the spoolie to brush out your brows before and after filling them in.
You can even apply brow gel or powder directly onto the spoolie and use it to fill in your main brow areas. Then use the adjacent pink comb to brush out your lashes post-mascara to separate clumps and add definition. You really can’t go wrong with The Player no matter how you use it!
Pro Tips for How to Do Your Eyebrows
The Player will definitely make your eyebrow dreams come true, but not without a little practice. Eyebrows are notoriously known for being one of the most tedious steps in the makeup process. After all, the eyebrows are meant to frame your face and look symmetrical, which takes some trial and error to get right.
Want to become an expert on how to do your eyebrows? Here are a few tips for achieving the perfect brow.
First, decide what kind of eyebrow look you’re going for. Do you like a thicker brow? Something super arched and angled? Or maybe you prefer a thin, less curvy line?
No matter what style of brow you like, it all comes down to the art of adding and subtracting. You can always use an eyebrow brush or pencil to add more dimension or remove excess hair by plucking or waxing. Find your happy medium and try to keep your natural brows in your ideal shape so you don’t have to do as much work in the makeup process.
When it comes to adding shape and color, we recommend using your eyebrow brush to create a stencil of the edges of your brows. Once you have the outline, you can add product inside the lines and work within a defined space.
Lastly, use your eyebrow brush or spoolie to brush your hairs to their resting place. Finish it off with eyebrow gel or setting spray to keep them intact all day.
Knowing how to do your eyebrows with ease will come with time, patience, and practice–but our beloved eyebrow brush, The Player, is here to guide you through every step.
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