1-Choose an eyeliner or brow pencil in a colour close to your natural hair colour.
2-Mark the inside edge of your brow. Hold the pencil vertically and line up the inside edge of your eye to the outside of your nose. Place a dot on that line on your brow bone. This is where your eyebrow will start.
3-Mark the outside edge of your brow. Hold the pencil on a slant to line up the outside corner of your eye to the outside of your nose. Place a dot on that line on your brow bone. This is where your eyebrow will end.
4-Mark your arch. Hold the pencil and line up the middle of your pupil with the outside of your nose. Place a dot on that line on your brow bone. This will be the highest part of the arch in your eyebrow, or you can do a less arched, straighter brow if you prefer.
5-Create an outline. Using the dots, lightly outline the shape that your eyebrow will take.
6-Fill in the brow. Using tiny, feathery lines, fill in your eyebrows. Using many tiny lines will result in a more natural look if drawing on completely, and give a fuller look if simply darkening or defining brows.
Coloured eyeliner can really make or break a makeup look. If applied correctly, it can add drama and interest to a neutral look, or complement an already dramatic, colourful look. Coloured eyeliner can also be used to add drama to an already colourful look, or when paired with a brighter shade of the shadow used on the lid can bring a look to life.
1-Pick the right colour. Go beyond your favourite colour and pick a colour that compliments both your eyes and your outfit.