Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Eyebrows make a face...

This is me, circa 2005 (probably at Nasty Fest in Leeds (at a guess!)

I was just getting to grips with the idea that as a natural blonde, I needed to draw on my face where eyebrows should be. They were pretty much just lines:

See, lines. 

When I was finally introduced to brow sculpting, using a powder, it changed my face!

Yes my hair and glasses are different, but so are my BROWS!

Need convincing on why I do it?

This photo was taken in some poor light, I admit, but the difference between the eye brow / not the eye brow speaks for itself! 

It's not that I don't have any, I do, they're just very very sparse. I know I'm lucky, and I'm very glad I don't need to pluck / wax them, but it does get a little frustrating when I accidentally do this:

I have used Benefit Eye Brow kit in the past, but since I received this from Birchbox, I have been converted:

It has a longer wear life than the Benefit counter part. Wearing glasses means I often have half of my brow on my glasses by the end of the day!! Mind, if i need a little extra help keeping my brows in place, I spray with hairspray! 

I am an eyebrow raiser, and have a very very expressive face. It just isn't my face without some eyebrows to give it shape and structure. And this way, you can tell what I'm thinking, whether I want you to or not!!

Much love my lovelies, 

K x


  1. You're so right. Definately look great with the darker brows. I have naturally dark brows but I have found that since I have filled them in slightly and extended, they frame my face much better. xx

  2. You look so much younger now, despite it being five years on from your first photo!! Looking great! xx