Brow Pictorial

I have recently changed the way I do my brows.  I used to fill in my brows with no particular rhyme or reason but I have found that since I have added structure to my routine they look better and more like each other.  I hope you find this informative.

Before I get started I wanted to show you just how terrible my bare brow is.  They are gapped, not of good shape in general, and quite unruly!

Step 1.) Comb through your brows to get all of the hairs aligning in the same manner.  

Step 2.) With an angled brush, take a brow powder and draw structured line along the bottom portion of the brows.  

Step 3.) Use the same brush and powder to draw a structured line on the top portion of the brows.  

Step 4.) At the inside corner of the brows, take your brush loaded with powder and hold it diagonally.  With short strokes fill in the center of the brows going from inner corner throughout.

And then… brush through them again with a spoolie.  TADA!  Your brows are done.  I know that my brows aren’t super angular or perfect by any means but I actually prefer a more natural looking brow.  Whatever brow shape you may have, this method will work for you!  Keep your outer “structure” lines true to the shape you are after and this will result in your own perfect brows every time.  
Thanks for following along and like I mentioned in the introduction… I HOPE you found this educational or helpful by ANY means.  What is your favorite method of daily brow grooming and/or process of filling in the brows.  I would love to read your thoughts in the comments below!!!  

Remington T-Studio Pearl Ceramic Curling Wand

When I wear my hair curly I get a lot of compliments and always the question, “How did you do that to your hair?” And I always tell them about the affordable Remington T-Studio Pearl Ceramic Curling Wand

About a year or two ago I was walking around one of my favorite shopping destinations (Target) and, as always, ended up drifting into the makeup and hair care section.  I saw this curling wand.  At the time it was brand new; the only other ones I had ever seen or heard of were the uber expensive ones.  I purchased it and quickly got it home and started playing with my hair.

It has a nice long power cord that swivels at the base.  There are three buttons on it: power, + to add head, and – to lessen the heat.  It goes up to 410 degrees F.  It claims to have an automatic shut off, but I have never experienced that because I honestly don’t leave it plugged in after I am done.  The barrel size at it’s base is 1”.  They do make a larger sized one now, which I am very tempted to go and purchase just to see the difference in effect.  

On the picture on the left half of my hair is done and the other half isn’t.  On the right side my hair is completely finished.  You can see that the wand gives super defined girls as well as loose ones.  You can control that by changing the heat settings and the amount of time you hold your hair onto the ceramic wand.  

The rest of the pictures sport styles that were also created with this awesome styler.

All in all I love the Remington T-Studio Pearl Ceramic Curling Wand.  I give it 5 out of 5 stars and two big thumbs up.  I would say be careful though and use the glove that is included if you are new with these wands because they can leave nasty burns.  I lost the glove a while back but I have managed to get much better at curling my hair without burning my hand.   It retails for $24.99 and can be found anywhere that sells Remington styling tools.
If you would like to see me do a tutorial on how to use the wand, let me know in the comments below.

*This post is in no way sponsored.  All opinions are my own.  I purchased the item mentioned in this post with my own money.