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:
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,