How to get Scouse brows!
Scouse brows are the latest beauty craze sweeping across the country. The look is all about big, dramatic eyebrows that frame your face and draw attention towards your eyes. What's more, they're very easy to achieve. If you'd like to give the look a go, just follow these simple steps...
How to get Scouse brows
Step one: Shaping your eyebrows
For Scouse brows, you want your eyebrows to be thick yet still sculpted. Ideally you want them to be thickest at their inner corners and begin to taper into a thin end from the outer corner of your eye.
Pluck away any stray hairs under the brow line, but only those that fall outside of the brow itself. The idea is to keep your brows as groomed as possible without reducing their thickness.
Imagine a straight line from the bottom corner of your nose to the inner corner of your eye - any hairs that fall to the side of this line should be plucked away. Then imagine a straight line from the bottom corner of your nose to the outer corner of your eye. Any hairs that fall below this line should be plucked.
Sculpting your brows is very important for the Scouse look: begin to taper your brow to a point from directly above the outer corner of your eye.
Step two: Grooming your eyebrows
A brow brush is a great tool to use when grooming thicker brows. Scrape over a tiny amount of gel to keep your brows in place.
Step three: Painting your eyebrows
The final step in achieving Scouse brows is applying make up to thicken and darken your brows. Start with a brow pencil to fill in any gaps, then choose a medium brown powder to dab along the brows. If you want more colour or definition, gradually build up a darker brown powder.