Making your eyebrows thinner isn't always the answer. You don't want to pluck them so often that you end up with two small lines on your forehead. Sometimes, when your brows look a little off, all you have to do is tame them to prevent them from sticking up at odd angles. In order to do that, here are a few different ways to tame your eyebrows without plucking them:
1. Use an Eyebrow Brush
Eyebrow brushes are built to tame your eyebrows. All you need to do is take one and use it to brush your hairs up and out. It's a quick fix, but it probably won't last all day long. That's why you should keep your brush in your pocketbook with you, so you can fix your brows whenever you visit the bathroom. If that sounds like to much work for you, then you can always use a product that will keep your brows in place.
2. Use Clear Lip Gloss
One of the best products to use after you fix your brows with your brush is clear lip gloss. Even though it sounds gross to use lipgloss on anything other than your lips, it's a great product to place on your brows when you don't have anything else in your makeup bag. Just run it over your brows and they should stay in place all day long.
3. Use Hairspray
If you're not comfortable using lip gloss on your brows, there are plenty of alternatives. Since you probably have access to hairspray, you can spray some on your fingertips and then run those fingertips over your brows. Just don't spray the hairspray directly on your brows, because you could end up getting harmful chemicals in your eyes.
4. Use Brow-Taming Gel
The best product to use on your brows is a product that's actually meant to be used on your brows. Head to any beauty shop and you should be able to find a brow-taming gel. It works just like lipgloss or hairspray would--you just rub it over your hairs.
5. Use Beeswax and Castor Oil
If you want to create a homemade mixture to place on your brows, you only need two ingredients. After you heat two teaspoons of beeswax and one teaspoon of castol oil in a dish, you should let it dry until it’s solid. Once that happens, you can rub it on your brows.
6. Use Vaseline
Vaseline works wonders, which is why it should be in every woman's bathroom cabinet. If you have some, then you can rub it over your brows to keep them in place. As long as you can stand the smell, then it's a great option. Just don't use too much, or your brows will look clumpy.
7. Use an Eyebrow Pencil
Sometimes, after you brush your eyebrows into place, some areas will look emptier than others. If that's the case, then you should grab an eyebrow pencil to fill out the spots that look like they need more hair. As long as you use the right colored pencil, no one will know the difference.
The way that your eyebrows look can make your face appear entirely different. That's why it's important to know how to take care of them. What products do you usually use to tame your brows?