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Fixing the overplucked brow

by timetospa May 2, 2014
Fixing the overplucked brow

It happens to the best of us: One day, while you're plucking away at those pesky fly-aways, you go a little overboard and are stuck dealing with an abundance of bare skin. While overplucked brows can put a damper on your day, don't stress out too much - there are plenty of makeup products you can use to fill out the area while waiting for hair to regrow. 

Cosmopolitan magazine explained that the first step is finding a pencil or powder that matches your brow in color. Whether you're opting for an eyeliner pencil or eyeshadow collection, be sure to pick a palette within your natural range. Brett Freedman, a celebrity makeup artist, said you must be sure to fill the entire brow, not just the overplucked part, as this make the area look more natural.

If you're looking for a more permanent solution to frequently overplucked brows, consider the Colorescience Brow Palette, which provides not only shades, but brushes as well. After filling the area, Freedman recommended that people feather remaining hair using an empty mascara wand, which can be picked up at convenience or department stores. 

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