Caras Brows OBS

Bold brows are still on trend for 2015. Still avoiding doing something about it? I know I am.

For years I plucked and waxed to perfection. Even taking on the task myself after constant disappointment over professional brow shaping. I have this brow thing down.

But last year brows went and got all thick and full and Brooke Shields-ish circa 1980. And I’ll tell you what, growing brows is not the same as growing bangs. Once you’ve wrangled those babies into submission for a decade or three they are not at all willing to grow back the way they started.

This means using a brow pencil to fill them in. Yikes. Now, I like makeup as much as any girl. But I am afraid of brow pencil lest I end up one of those artificially drawn on cartoon looking examples of brow fakery. Plus, I have this habit of unconsciously smoothing my brows with my fingers and am scared of walking around with brow pencil smeared across my forehead.

Still, I drool every time I see a pic of Cara D.’s lush browage. What’s a thin browed gal to do?

I dug deep and found out I am not alone. Lots of women are using makeup to fill in their less than hearty brows. I watched this video and decided I too could give it a whirl.

I recommend going with Lavera Eyebrow Pencil (in whichever color best matches your hair) to fill in brows with a soft swipe of RMS Beauty Living Luminizer underneath.

2 comments on “Reconstructed :: Cara D-Style Brows”

  1. You nailed it! The growing bangs analogy made me laugh as it is SO true! I really appreciate your recommendation about the luminizer. I have always used eye shadow instead. Thank you for bringing us such great material about conscientious beauty 🙂

    • Thanks, Ruth! RMS Living Luminizer is such a great product. I love it on cheeks, collarbones, and even lips, too:)

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